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Part I — SECTION 2 

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[Part I— Sec. 2 


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Pa*t I — Sec. 2] THE GAZETTE'OF INDIA, FEBRUARY 12, 1966 (MAOHA 23, 1887) 131 


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ttt frr?np % qnrtrr ®FTf t ttttt tti frqtr % Tfnrqi' 

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ffTtfl 2 TTOTd 1966 

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[Part I— Sec. 2 


CABINET SECRETARIAT 
(Department of Cabinet Affairs) 

New Delhi, the 11th January 1966 

No. 3/39/64-Admn. — In partial modification of this 
Department notification No. 3/39/64-Admn. dated the 24th 
December 1965, the President is pleased to appoint Shri 
Satya Paul, a permanent Grade II Officer of the C.S.S.S. to 
officiate in Grade I of the C.S.S.S. with effect from 1st July 
1965, and continue to hold the post of Private Secretary to 
Cabinet Secretary, until further orders. 

T. S. ANANTAKRTSHNAN, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 3 1st January 1966 

No. 3/28/64-4o7wi,— Shrimali Indira Gandhi, Prime 
Minister, shall also be the Chairman, Planning Commission. 

Shri Asoka Mehta, Minister of Planning, shall also be the 
Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission. 

Shri Gulzarilal Nanda, Minister of Home Affairs, shall 
also be Member, Planning Commission. 

Shri C, Subramaniam, Minister of Food, Agriculture, 
Community Development & Cooperation, shall also be 
Member, Planning Commission. 

Shri Sachindra Chaudhuri, Minister of Finance, shall also 
be Member, Planning Commission. 

Shri T, N, Singh, Minister of Iron & Steel, shall also be 
Member, Planning Commission. 

DHARMA VIRA, Cabinet Secy. 


(Department of Statistics) 

New Delhi, the 29 th January 1966 

No. 2/1/65-Em, 11(f).— The President is pleased to appoint 
on ad hoc basis Shri M. Sundara Raman, Assistant Statistician 
in the Andhra Pradesh (West) Block of the Directorate of National 
Sample Survey, Hyderabad, to officiate as Statistician, National 
Sample Survey, Uttar Pradesh Range, Lucknow, with effect 
from the forenoon of the 27th December, 1965, until further 
orders. 

No. 2jlj65-Estt. Il(ii) — Officer-on-Special Duty in the 
Department of Statistics hereby appoints, on ad-hoc basis, the 
following officers of the Directorate of National Sample Survey 
to officiate in the posts mentioned against their names:— 

SI. Name & Designation To officiate as With effect 

No. from 

1. Shri Ved Prakash, Regional Offl- 1-14966 (fore- 

Superintendent, Rajas- cer. National noon) and 

than. Block, National Sample Survey, until further 

Sample Survey, Jaipur. Jaipur. orders. 

2. Shri P. N, Dhar, Super- Assistant Statis- 1J-14966 (forc- 

intend^nt, Kashmir tician, N.S.S., noon) and 

Block, N.S.S., Srinagar. Andhra Pra- until further 

desh (West) orders. 

Block, Hydera- 
bad. 

3. Shri J. L. Khanna, Superintendent 7-1-1966 (forc- 

Assistant Superin- (IS) N.S.S., noon) and until 

tendent, (IS), N.S.S., Rajasthan further orders. 

Delhi Block; Delhi. Block, Jaipur, 


B. S. RAO, Under Sccy. 

PLANNING COMMISSION 

New Delhi, the 29th January 1966 

No. F. 6(541 )/66~ADMJ. — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri N. K. Bhojwani, an Officer of the Selection 
Grade of the Central Secretariat Service, as Chief of Divi- 
sion in the Planning Commission in a temporary capacity 
with effect from the forenoon of the 13th January 1966, and 
until further orders. 


MINISTRY OF LAW 
(Legislative Department) 

New Delhi , the 3rd January 1966 
No. F. 34(9):65-Adm. J(LD). — The following officers in the 
Ministry of Law, Legislative Department are re-designated in 
the officiating appointments held by them as indicated against 
each with effect from the 9th December, 1965 and until further 
orders :• — 

Name of the officer with Post held on rc-designation 
existing post held 

1. Shri A. P. Pandey, Perma- Permanent Assistant (Legal) 

nent Assistant (Technical) Officiating Superintendent 

and i officiating Superin- (Legal). 

tendent (Technical) in the 
Ministry of Law, Legis- 
lative Department. 

2. Shri K. M. Sarkar, perma- Permanent Assistant (Legal) 

nent Assistant (Technical) and officiating Superintendent 

and officiating Superin- (Legal). 

tendent (Technical) in the 
Ministry of Law, Legisla- 
tive Department. 

3. Shri Jagdishwar Narain, Permanent Assistant (Legal) and 

permanent Assistant officiating Superintendent 

(Technical) and officiating (Legal). 

Superintendent (Techni- 
cal) in the Ministry of 

Law, Legislative Depart- 
ment. 

The 2 5th January 1966 

No. F. 39(51) fh5-Adm.l(LD) .■ — Shri B. G. Murdeshwar 
a permanent Grade I Officer of the Central Legal Service and 
Vice-Chairman, Official Language (Legislative) Commission 
and ex -officio Secretary to the Government of India in the 
Ministry of Law, Legislative Department, is granted further 
extension of service from the 1st January 1966 to the 31st 
March 1966. 

The 31st January 1966 

No. F. 12(l)/b6-Adrn.I(LD).—The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri S. P. Sen Varma, Special Secretary to the 
Government of India in the Legislative Department and Mem- 
ber, Law Commission as Secretary to the Government of 
India in the Legislative Department, Ministry of Law with 
effect from the forenoon of the 31st January 1966. 

No. F. 12( 1 ) /66-Adrn. 1(LD).— On his appointment as 
Member, Union Public Service Commission, Shri R. C. S. 
Sarkar, Secretary to the Government of India in the Legisla- 
tive Department, Ministry of Law, relinquished charge of his 
office in the forenoon of the 31st January 1966. 

V. N. BHATIA. Jt. Secy. 


New Delhi, the 1st February 1966 

No, F, 39(7) / 63-4 dm. I (LD). — The Secretary to the Gov- 
ernment of India in the Ministry of Law, Legislative Depart- 
ment is pleased to appoint Shri Harish Chandra Saxena, 
Deputy Controller of Printing and Stationery in the Govern- 
ment of Himachal Pradesh to officiate as Superintendent 
(Printing) in the Official Language (Legislative) Commis- 
sion, legislative Department, Ministry of Law with effect 
from the forenoon of the 22nd January 1966, and until further 
orders. 

MAN SINGH, Officer on Special Duty 


(Dtpatment of Legal Affairs) 

New Delhi, the 22nd January 1966 

No. F. 12(4) /66-Adm.I(LA) . — On return from deputation 
to the Central Public Works Department as Senior Counael, 
Shri A. S. Chaudhri resumed charge of the post of Deputy 
Legal Adviser to the Government of India in the Department 
of Legal Affairs, Ministry of Law, New Delhi, on the fore- 
noon of the 17th January 1966. 

V. S. DESHPANDE, Jt. Secy. 

and Legal Adviser 

New Delhi, the 28 th January 1966 

No. F, 13(29)/65-/TA T. — Shri G. S. Gaitonde, President, 
Income-tax Appellate Tribunal is granted earned leave for 
120 days, from the 1st January 1966, refused to bbn under 
the first proviso to rule 7 of the Revised Leave Rules, 1933, 

G. A. SHAH, Jt, Secy. 


DHANI RAM, Under Secy. 



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(D« »pU»m t «f CMyuf Affairs) 

New Delhi-1, the 2nd February 1966 

No. PFG(l48)-CLA/63 . — On his transfer as Accounts 
Officer, Office of the Regional Director, Company Law 
Board, Kanpur, Shri S. D, Aggarwal relinquished charge of 
the post of Accounts Officer in the Ministry of Finance 
Department of Company Affairs & Insurance on the after- 
noon of 3-1-1966. 

K. C. CHAND, Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS 

New Delhi- 11, the 29th Jdnuury 1966 

No. 20/ G/ 495-Ad.l(A ) . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri L. D. Hindi, a permanent Section Officer of the 
Central Secretariat Service, Cadre of the Ministry of Home 
Affairs as Under Secretary in that Ministry from 1st 
December 1965 to 14th January 1966 (both days inclusive). 

1 he 3 is? January 1966 

No. 20/G/54-AiI.I{A) . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri Gulzar Singh, a permanent Grade 1 Officer of 
the Central Secretariat Service and officiating in the Selection 
Grade of that Service, as Deputy Secretary in the Ministry 
of Home Affairs with effect from the forenoon of the 5th 
January 1966, until further orders. 

No. 25/8/65-j 4d.I(A). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Sarvashri G, D. Mishra and H. L. Agarwal, officiat- 
ing Section Officers ot the Central Secretariat Service cadre 
of the Ministry of Home Affairs substantively to that Grade 
with effect from the 8th July 1965, and 16th December 1965, 
respectively. 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. 20/G / 13-Ad. I( A ) . — -The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri A. M, Mirchandani, a permanent Section Officer 
of the Central Secretariat Service, Cadre of the Ministry of 
Home Affairs as Under Secretary in that Ministry from 1st 
December 1965 to 14th December 1965 (both days inclu- 
sive). Shri Mirchandani reverted a9 Section Officer with 
effect from 15th December 1965. 

No. 20/G/212/Ad.J(A ). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri K. P. Singh, a permanent Section Officer of the 
Central Secretariat Service, Cadre of the Ministry of Home 
Affairs as Under Secretary in that Ministry from 5-12-1965 
to 14-1-1966 (both days inclusive). 

The 2 rd February 1966 

No. 2Q/G/8B-AdJ(A). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri S. Natarajan, a permanent Section Officer of the 
Central Secretariat Service. Cadre of the Ministry of Home 
Affairs, as Under Secretary in that Ministry from 1-12-1965 
to 28-12-1965 (both days inclusive). Shri Natarajan 
reverted to his substantive appointment as Section Officer on 
29-12-1965 (F.N.). 

The 4th February 1966 

No. 20/G/ll-AJ.l(A). — -The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri M. R, Bhardwaj, a permanent Section Officer 
of the Central Secretariat Service, Cadre of the Ministry of 
Home Affairs as Under Secretary in that Ministry from 
20-12-65 to 4-3-66 (both days inclusive). 

He reverted as Section Officer for the period 17-12-65 
(afternoon) to 20-12-65 (forenoon). 

G. D. GUPTA. Under Secy. 


New Delhi- 11, the 29th January 1966 

No. 13/2/65-Krtt.(E) , — The President hereby appoints 

Shri S. P. Jain, an Officer Officiating in Grade I of 
the Indian Statistical Service Substantively to that Grade 
with effect from 15th February 1964, 

No. 13/2/65 -Estt.(E ). — The President hereby appoints 

Shri J. K. Bhasak, an Officer Officiating in Grade TV of the 
Indian Statistical Service substantively to that grade with 
effect from 15th February 1964. 

No. 13/2? 65-/;j??.(F) .—The President hereby appoints 

Dr. V, G. Pansc, an Officer Officiating in Grade 1 of the 
Indian Statistical Service substantively to that grade with 
effect from 15th February 1964. 

The 3 rd February 1966 

No. 1/16/65-L'j??.(L') .— T he President is pleased to pro- 
mote Shri B. J. Kondkar, a Grade IV Officer of the Indian 
Statistical Service and a Project Evaluation Officer, Pro- 
gramme Evaluation Organisation to Grade III of the service 
with effect from 17th December 1965 (F.N. ) till further 
orders and to appoint him to officiate, from that date, as 
Deputy Mineral Economist (Slat.), Indian Bureau of Mines, 
Nagpur. 


No. 19/ 10/65-£j??.(£ ) . — T he President is pleased to pro- 
mote Shri J. L. Roy, a Grade IV officer of the Indian Econo- 
mic Service and a Research Officer. Office of the Economic 
Adviser. Ministry of Industry & Supply to Grade HI of the 
service with effect from 1st January 1966 (forenoon) till 
further orders and to appoint him to officiate, from that date, 
as Chief Research Officer, Office of the Economic Adviser, 
Ministry of Industry and Supply. 

N. RAGHUNATHAN. Under Secy. 

New Delhi- 1 1, the 29th January 1966 

No. 7 : 55/ 65-P.ll . — The President is pleased to appoint 
Lt. Col. H. L. Kakkar of the Army as Commandant, X 
Battalion, Central Reserve Police, Ajmer, in a temporary 
capacity with effect frooi the forenoon of the 20th December 
1965, until further orders. 

The 1st February 1966 

No. 7 / 10(5 ) /65-P./7. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Major Piare Lai, Assistant Commandant (Second-in-Com- 
rnand), IV Battalion, Central Reserve Police, Mokameh Ghat 
as Commandant, XI Battalion, Central Reserve Police, 
Mokameh Ghat in an officiating capacity with effect from the 
forenoon of the 1st December 1965 until further orders. 

In addition to his own duties, Major Piare Lai will hold 
charge of current duties of the Assistant Commandant 
(Sccond-in-Command) in the TV Battalion, Central Reserve 
Police, Mokameh Ghat, 

The 4th February 1966 

No. F. 7/5/66-1'.//. — On relinquishing charge of the post 
of Deputy Superintendent of Police, (Company Commander) 
11 Battalion, Central Reserve Police, Netmuch on the after- 
noon of the 4th January 1966, Shri R. S. Phougat took over 
charge of the same post in the VI Battalion, Central Reserve 
Police, Neemuch on the forenoon of the 5th January 1966. 

D. N. BARUA. Under Secy. 


New Delhi- II, the 3lst January 1966 

No. 2 / 25/65-DH(S)(t). — ’ The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri Arun Bhagat I.P.S. (Delhi and Himachal Pra- 
desh), to officiate in the senior time-scale of the Indian 
Police Service with effect from 10th September 1965. 

No. 2/25/ 65-DH{S ) (ii J . — Shri Arun Bhagat, I.P.S. 
(Delhi and Himachal Pradesh), was appointed as Superinten- 
dent of Police, Himachal Armed Police, JuDga, with effect 
from the forenoon of 10th September 1965, till 27th Septem- 
ber 1965. 

No. 2/25/65 -DH(S)(iii) . — On his relinquishment of the 
charge of the office of the Superintendent of Police Himachal 
Armed Police, the services of Shri Arun Bhagat, I.P.S. 
(Delhi and Himachal Pradesh), arc placed at the disposal of 
the Government of Manipur, 

No. 2/25/65-/5/7(5 ) (iV ) . — Under rule 9 of the I.P.S. 
(Cadre) Rules, 1954, Shri Mukat Dhari Singh, a member of 
the Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Andaman and Nicobar 
Islands Police Service, is appointed to officiate as Superinten- 
dent of Police, Himachal Armed Police, Junga, with effect 
from the forenoon of 1st October 1965, until further orders. 

No. 15/10/65-DH(,9)(i), — L. S. Titus, TA.S. (Madhya 
Pradesh) relinquished charge of the office of the Director of 
Vigilance, Delhi Administration on the forenoon of 3rd 
January 1966. 

No. ]5/10/G5-DH(S ) (U ). — Shri M. W. K. Yusufzai, IA.S. 
(Delhi and Himachal Pradesh) relinquished charge of the 
office of the Director of Civil Supplies, Delhi Administration, 
on the forenoon of 3rd January 1966, and with effect from 
the forenoon of the same date he is appointed as Director 
of Vigilance Delhi Administration, 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. 8/4/65-DH(S){i). — Shri I, K. Bali, a member of the 
Rajasthan Administrative Service, relinquished charge of the 
office of District Collection Officer, Delhi Administration, on 
the forenoon of 3rd December 1965. 

No. 8/4/65 -DH(S)(il). — Shri H. C. Arora, a member of 
the Punjab Civil Service, relinquished charge of the office of 
Magistrate I Class, Delhi, on the forenoon of 3rd December 
1965, and with effect from the forenoon of the same date, 
until further orders he is appointed as District Collection 
Officer, Delhi Administration, under sub-rule (2) of rule 25 
of the Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Andaman and Nicobar 
Islands Civil Service Rules, 1965, 

A. F. COUTO, Dy. Secy. 


New Delhi, the 21st January 1966 

No. 24/1/66 -AJS(W ). — The President is pleased to con- 
firm Shri H. P, Rajkhewa appointed on probation against 
the promotion quota of the Indian Administrative Service 
cadre of Assam, in the Indian Administrative Service with 
effect from the 21st October 1965. 



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(Part I— Sec. 2 


No, 28/1/64 -AIS(III ). — The President is pleased to ter- 
minate the probation of Shri V. K, George, appointed to 
the I.P.S, on probation against the promotion quota of 
Kerala State, in that service with immediate effect. 

The 1st February 1966 

No. 16/16/65-AISUII) ~ The President is pleased to con- 
firm the following officers, appointed to the Indian Adminis- 
trative Service on probation on the results of the Combined 
Competitive Examination held in 1962 and allotted to the 
Cadre of Gujarat in the Indian Administrative Service with 
effect from the date shown against each :■ — 

1. Shri V. Krishnamurlhy — 23rd June 1965. 

2. Shri R. Parthasarthy — 23rd June 1965. 

3. Shri S. L. Verma— 23rd June 1965. 

4. Shri Shrimati Annie Prasad — 23rd June 1965. 

No, 21/29 /65-AIS. III. —The services of Shri R. R. Gupta, 
an officer of the Indian Audit & Accounts Service and pre- 
sently Supervisor of Studies in the National Academy of 
Administration, Mussoorie are placed at the disposal of the 
Comptroller and Auditor General with effect from February 
3, 1966 (A.N.). 

The 4th February 1966 

No, 2 1/91/64-A/.5 (///).— On expiry of leave, the services 
of Shri S. A. T. Narayanan, an officer of Grade I of the 
Central Secretariat Service Administrative-Officer, National 
Academy of Administration, Mussoorie are placed at the dis- 
posal of the Establishment-Officer, Government of India, 
Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi with effect from 7th 
January 1966 (A.N.). 

O. S. MARWAH, Under Secy. 


New Delhi- 11, the 2nd February 1966 

No. 202/3/66-AVDJL — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri V. T. Shah, I.P.S., an Officer on deputation 
from Gujarat Cadre, as Superintendent of Police, S.P.E., 
Ahmedabad Branch with effect from the afternoon of 18th 
December 1965 vice Shri Jagiit Singh, I.PJS. reverted to the 
parent department. 

A. P. VEERA RAGHAVAN, Dy. Secy. 


New Delhl-1 1, the 3rd February 1966 

No. F. 4/1 /66-CS(I ). — The President is pleased to permit 
Shri S. R. Banerjec, an officer officiating in Grade I of the 
Central Secretariat Service and Under .Secretary in the Minis- 
try of Commerce, to retire from Government service with 
effect from the afternoon of the 31st December 1965. 

No. 4/8/66 -CS(/), — The President is pleased to permit 
Shri T. S. Sawhney. a permanent Grade I officer of the Cen- 
tral Secretariat Service and Under Secretary in the Ministry 
of Defence, to retire from Government service with effect 
from the forenoon of the 29th December 196?, 

No. F. 4/ 10/66-CS(f ) —The President is pleased to per- 
mit Shri Manmohan Rushan, a permanent Gade I officer of 
the Central Secretariat Sendee and officiating in the Selection 
Grade of that Service, who was on deputation as Chief Pro- 
ject Officer, India Tourism Hotel Corporation Limited, New 
Delhi, to retire from Government service with effect from 
the afternoon of the 11th January 1966, 

MANGLI PRASAD, Under Secy. 


New Delhi-11 , the 4th February 1966 

No. 5/28/65 E-///. — -The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri S. K. Sharma, Assistant Government Examiner of Ques- 
tioned Documents, Simla to officiate as Government 
Examiner of Questioned Documents, Simla, with effect from 
the forenoon of the 28th December 1965, until further 
orders. 

2. Shri Sharma relinquished the charge of the post of 
Assistant Government Examiner of Questioned Documents, 
Simla on the forenoon of 28th December 1965. 

G. L. BAILUR, Under Secy. 


New Delhi-11, the 5th February 1966 

No. 15/15/6 5-SR(R ). — -Shri H. T.. Mehra, a permanent 
Assistant of the Ministry of Home Affairs Cadre and officiat- 
ing as Section Officer has been appointed to officiate as 
Superintendent in the Office of the Northern Zonal Council, 
New Delhi, with effect from the forenoon of 10th January 
1966, until further orders. 

.Shri P. C. Gupta, a permanent Assistant of the Ministry of 
Home Affairs Cadre (who was officiating as Superintendent, 
Office of the Northern Zonal Council) relinquished charge 
of the post of Superintendent, Office of the Northern Zonal 
Council, New Delhi on 10-1-66 (forenoon) from which date 
the services of Shri P. C. Gupta were replaced at the disposal 
of the Ministry of Home Affairs. 

K. R, PRABHU, Dy. Secy. 


(Office of the Establishment Officer) 

New Delhi, the 31st January 1966 

No. F. 4(9)-EO/ 65. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri S. Subrahmania Iyer, a permanent Section Officer of the 
C.S.S. Cadre of the Ministry of Scientific Research and Cul- 
tural Affairs to officiate in Grade I of the Service for a 
period of 45 days from 1-12-1965. 

No. F. 18(?)-EO/65. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri N. S. Chandramowleswaran, a permanent Section Officer 
of the C.S.S. Cadre of the Ministry of Finance to officiate in 
Grade I of the Service for a period of 33 days from 
18-12-1965. 

No. F. 18(5 )-£'C>/65. — The President is pleased to appoint 
the following permanent Section Officers of the C.S.S. Cadre 
of the Ministry of Finance to officiate in Grade I of tho ser- 
vice for the periods indicated against them : — 

1. Shri S. P. Sikka — for 31 days from 3-12-1965. 

2. Shri N. R. Subrahmanian-— for 38 days from 
1-12-1965. 

3. Shri Mehar Singh— for 31 days from 5-12-1965. 

4. Shri P. C. Tewari— for 31 days from 3-12-1965. 

5. Shri P. N. Malhotra — for 50 days from 13-12-1965, 

No. F. 18(5)-E.O./65. — The President is pleased to 
appoint the following permanent Section Officers of the C.S.S. 
Cadre of the Ministry of Finance to officiate in Grade I of 
the service for the periods indicated against them : — 

1. Shri V. Natarajan — from 15-12-1965 to 11-1-1966. 

2. Shri S. N. Agarwal — from 20-12-1965 to 30-12-1965. 

A. K. PALIT, Dy. Secy. 


(Department of Administrative Reforms) 

New Delhi, the 1st February 1966 

No. 1 12/7/65-A R(Adm.) .■ — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri K. C. Kankan, a permanent Section Officer of 
the Central Secretariat Service of the cadre of the Ministry 
of Finance (Department of Expenditure), to officiate as 
Senior Analyst iu the Department of Administrative Reforms 
(Ministry of Home Affairs), with effect from the forenoon 
of the 21st January 1966, until further orders. 

No. 1 03/ 1 3 9/ 66- .4 il( A dm .) . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri C. W. Mirchandani, a permanent Section Officer 
of the Central Secretariat Service of the cadre of the Minis- 
try of Finance (Department of Expenditure), to officiate as 
Junior Analyst in the Department of Administrative Reforms 
(Ministry of Home Affairs) with effect from the forenoon 
of the 22nd January 1966, until further orders. 

PREM PRAKASH. Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 

New Delhi, the 27th January 1966 

No. 5-PT.I1 /66. — The President of India is pleased to con- 
firm the provisional recognition of the appointment of 
Naotomo Tabase as Consul General of Japan at Calcutta, 
announced in the Ministry of External Affairs Notification 
No. 68 PT.II '64, dated the 12th October 1964. 

The 28 th January 1966 

No. 3-PT.il/b6 . — The President of India is pleased to 
recognise the appointment of Mr. Keisaku Kuriu. as Vice 
Consul of Japan at Calcutta with effect from 22nd July 
1965. 

No. 9-FT.il/66. — The President of India is pleased to 
confirm the provisional recognition of the appointment of 
Mr. Douglas G. Marshal as Vice Consul of United States of 
.America at Bombay with effect from 11th August 1965, 

The 3 1st January 1966 

No. 10-PTII/66. — -The President of India is pleased to 
confirm the provisional recognition of the appointment of 
Mr. Eduardo Alccina T. as Consul of Colombia at New 
Delhi with effect from 1st September 1965. 

The 1st February 1966 

No. 12-PTJI/66. — The President of India is pleased to 
confirm the provisional recognition of the appointment of 
Mr. S. S, Koder as Honorary Consul of Netherlands at 
Cochin, announced in the Ministry of External Affairs Noti- 
fication No. 69-PT.il/65, dated the 22nd October 1965, 

The 3rd February 1966 

No. 1 3-P77//66.— -The President of India is pleased to con- 
firm the provisional recognition of the appointment of Mr. 
Mohamad Farooq Seraj as the Afghan Consul General at 
Bombay, announced in the Ministry of External Affairs Noti- 
fication No. 41-PT.il/65, dated the 24th August 1965. 

No. 14-PT.II/66.— The President of Tndia is pleased to re- 
cognise the appointment of Dr. Heinrich Wersdorfer as 
Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany at Calcutta with 
effect from 5th October 1965, This Ministry’s Notification No, 
76-PT.IT/65, dated the 22nd November 1965 is hereby 
cancelled. 


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No. 15 FT 11/66 . — The President of India is pleased to 
confirm the provisional recognition of the appointment of 
Mr. Umberto Del Grands as Consul General of Italy at 
Bombay announced in the Ministry of External Affairs Noti- 
fication No, 31-PT.il/65, dated the 14th June 1965. 

No. 16-PT.II/66 . — The President of India is pleased to 
confirm the provisional recognition of the appointment of 
Mr. Tamtomo as Indonesian Consul at Bombay announced 
in the Ministry of External Affairs Notification No. 10, 
dated the 26tb February 1965. 

B. A. RAJ AGOP ALAN, Under Secy. (PTJI) 


New Delhi, the 29 th January 1966 

No. 44/PA/66, — -Shri B. K. Sanya] has been appointed as 
Ambassador of India, Vientiane with effect from the 1st 
December 1965. 

The 2nd February 1966 

A'o. 62/ PA/ 66 . — His Highness Yadvinder Singh Bahadur, 
Maharaja of Patiala has been appointed as Ambassador of 
India, Rome, with effect from the 14th January 1966. 

M. BHALLA (Mrs.), Under Secy. (PA) 


MINISTRY OF FINANCE 
(Dcpwtnuil of Rctchm) 

HEADQUARTERS ESTABLIStrMENT 
New Delhi, the 16th December 1965 

No. 83. — The President is pleased to appoint Shri Jasjit 
Singh, an officer of the Indian Revenue Service and lately 
posted as Director of Revenue Intelligence as Gold Control 
Administrator and Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance 
(Department of Revenue) with effect from the 26th October 
1965 (afternoon), and until further orders. 

[No. F. U>/61/65-Ad.I(Per)] 

The 19 th January 1966 

No. 7. — The President is pleased to grant an extension of 
sendee to Shri J. P. Singh, Chairman, Central Board of 
Direct Taxes and ex-officio Additional Secretary, Ministry of 
Finance (Department of Revenue), for a period of one year 
with effect from the 22nd January 1966. 

[No. F. \0/ 01/ 64-Ad. I (Per)] 

SAROOP SINGH, Under Secy. 


Income-tax Establishments 
New Delhi, the 21th January 1966 

No. 21. — On return from leave, Shri K. E. Johnson has 
resumed duties as Commissioner of Income-tax, Kerala, 
Ernakulam with effect from the forenoon of 14th January 
1966, relieving Shri M. K. Pillai, Commissioner of Income- 
tax, Madras-I, Madras of the additional charge. 

No. 22. — Shri N. K. Shashi, Appellate Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Income-tax, Ludhiana ban taken over charge as 
Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, Ambala and 
also as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
Patiala, in addition to his own duties, with effect from the 
afternoon of 15th January 1966 vice Shri L. K. Mohan pro- 
ceeded on leave. 

No. 23. — Consequent on the creation of the new Range 
of Appellate Assistant Commissioner at Patiala and redesig- 
nation of the Ranges, Shri N. K. Shastri, Appellate Assistant 
Commissioner of Jncome-tax, Ludhiana, relinquishing addi- 
tional charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income- 
tax, Patiala on the forenoon of 17th January 1966 and has 
assumed additional charge as Appellate Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Income-tax, A-Rangc, Patiala and also as Appel- 
late Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, B-Range, Patiala 
with effect from the same date. 

No. 24. — Consequent on the creation of the new Range 
of Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, Jammu, 
Shri N. S. Pruthi, Appellate Assistant Commissioner of 
income-tax, Jullundur has assumed additional charge as 
Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax. Jammu 
with effect from the forenoon of 17th January 1966. 

The 28//i January 1966 

No. 25.— The President has been pleased to appoint Shri 
B. C. Mitra, Income-tax Officer, Class I, to officiate as Assis- 
tant Commissioner of Income-tax with effect from the fore- 
noon of 7th January 1966, and until further orders. He 
has taken over charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner 
of Income-tax, Q-Range, Calcutta with effect from the same 
date relieving Shri G. R. Raghavan, Appellate Assistant 
Commissioner of Income-tax, B-Range, Calcutta of the addi- 
tional charge. 

No. 26, — The President has been pleased to appoint Shri 
S. Raruaswanii Income-tax Officer. Class L to officiate as 
Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax with effect from the 
forenoon of 29th December 1965. and until further orders, 
L452GI/65 


No. 27. — On return from leave, Shri N. O. Parikh has 
resumed duties as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of 
Income-tax, B-Range, Bangalore with effect from the fore- 
noon of 10th January 1966, relieving Shri N. Y. Tamhane, 
Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, A-Range, 
Bangalore of the additional charge. 

The 29 th January 1966 

No. 28.— On return from leave, Shri K. Raha resumed 
duties as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
Cuttack on the forenoon of 12th January 1966, relieving 
Shri A. K. Bhowmik, Appellate Assistant Commissioner of 
income-tax, Berhampur of the additional charge. 

No. 29. — Consequent on the creation of a new Range of 
Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, at Cuttack 
ana re-orgamsation of the Ranges, Shri K. Raha relinquished 
charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
Cuuaek on me torenoon of 17th January 1966 and assumed 
charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
A-Range, Cuttack and also additional charge as Appellate 
Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, B-Range, Cuttack 
with effect from same date. 

The 3 lsr January 1966 

No. 30.- — Shri D. A. Upponi, Appellate Assistant Commis- 
sioner of income-tax, K-Range, Bombay, haa taken over 
charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
L-Range, Bombay in addition to his own duties, with effect 
from the afternoon of 10th January 1966 vice Shri E. M. 
Narayanan Unni posted as Inspecting Assistant Commissioner 
of Income-tax, Bombay. 

No. 31.— Shri S, Narayanan, Appellate Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Income-tax, G-Range, Bombay has taken over 
charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
L-Range, Bombay, in addition to his own duties, with effect 
from the forenoon of 13th January 1966 vice Shri B. V. 
Vcnkataramaiah posted as Inspecting Assistant Commissioner 
of Income-tax, Bombay. 

No. 32. — Shri T. R. Thiruvengadam, Appellate Assistant 
Commissioner of Income-tax, C-Range, Bombay has assumed 
charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
N-Range, Bombay (newly created Range), in addition to his 
own duties, with effect from the forenoon of 17th January 
1966. 

No. 33. — Shri P. K. Mehta, Appellate Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Income-tax. E-Range, Bombay has assumed charge 
as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, R-Range 
Bombay (newly created Range), in addition to his own 
duties, with effect from the forenoon of 17th January 1966, 

No. 34. — Shri S. P. Pande, Appellate Assistant Commit 
sioner of Income-tax, J- Range, Bombay has assumed charge 
as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, Q-Range, 
Bombay (newly created Range), in addition to his own 
duties, with effect from the forenoon of 17th January 1966. 

No. 35. — On return from leave, Shri B. R. Adwalpslkar 
has resumed duties as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of 
Income-tax Rajkot with effect from the forenoon of 31st 
December 1965, relieving Shri P, Srinivasan, Appellate Assis- 
tant Commissioner of Income-tax, A-Range, Ahmedabad of 
the additional charge. 

No. 36.— On return from leave, Shri V. J. Kamflc has 
resumed duties as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of 
Income-tax Baroda with effect from the forenoon of 17th 
January 1966, relieving Shri M. P. Argikar, Appellate Assis- 
tant Commissioner of Income-tax, Surat of the additional 
charge. 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. 37.— Shri C. N. Das, Appellate Assistant Commissioner 
of Income-tax, Gauhati has assumed additional charge as 
Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, Silcfiar (a 
newly created Range) with effect from the forenoon of 18th 
January 1966. 

No. 38 — Consequent on the creation of a new Range of 
Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax at Poona 
and re-organisation of the Ranges, Shri K. R. Raghavan 
relinquished charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of 
Income-tax, Poona with effect from the forenoon of 17th 
January 1966 and has assumed charge as Appellate Assistant 
Commissioner of Income-tax, Range-I, Poona with effect from 
the same date. He has also taken over additional charge as 
Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, Range-13, 
Poona with effect from the forenoon of 17th January 1966. 

No, 39.— Shri Sheikh Abdullah, Appellate Assistant Com 
missioner of Income-tax, Ahola has taken over additional 
charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
Jalgaon (a newly created Range) with effect from the fore- 
noon of 1 7th January' 1966. 

No. 40. — On return from leave, Shri S. D. Gupta resumed 
duties as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
Meerut on the forenoon of 7th January 1966, relieving Shri 
G. B. Seth Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax 
Agra of the additional charge. 



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JVo. 41. — Consequent on the creation of the two new 
Range* of Appellate Assistant Commiui oners of Income-tax 
at Meerut and re-organiaation of the Range*, Shri S. D. 
Gupta relinquished charge u Appellate Assistant Commis- 
sioner of Income-tax, Meerut on the forenoon of 17th 
January 1966 and has assumed charge as Appellate Assistant 
Commissioner of Income-tax, Range-1, Meerut and also addi- 
tional charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income- 
tax. Range-II, Meerut and Appellate Assistant Commissioner 
of Income-tax, Range-Ill, Meerut with effect from the same 
date. 

No. 42. — Consequent on the creation of a new Range of 
Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax at Varanasi 
and re-organisation of the Ranges, Shri S. R. Shukis relin- 
quished charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of 
Income-tax, Varanasi on the forenoon of 17th January 1966 
and has assumed charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner 
of Income-tax, Range-1, Varanasi and also additional charge 
as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, Range-11, 
Varanasi with effect from the same date. 

No. 43. — Shri A. R. Kurlekar, Appellate Assistant Com- 
missioner of Income-tax, B- Range, Patna has assumed addi- 
tional charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income- 
tax, C-Range, Patna (a newly created Range) with effect 
from the forenoon of 17th January 1966. 

No. 44. — Shri D. Ghose, Appellate Assistant Commissioner 
of Income-tax, Ranchi has assumed additional charge as 
Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, Dhanbod 
(a newly created Range) with effect from the forenoon of 
17th January 1966. 

No. 45.— On his reversion to Income-tax Department and 
after expiry of leave, Shri V. Vasudevan has taken over 
charge as Appellate Assistant Commissioner of Income-tax, 
H-Range, New Delhi (a newly created Range), with effect 
from mo forenoon of 17th January 1966. 

CORRIGENDUM 

No. 46. — For the dat* “29th December 1965' appearing in 
this Ministry’s notification — Income-tax Establishments No. 7, 
dated the 10th January 1966 read ‘27th December 1963’, 

M. G. THOMAS, Under Secy. 


No. F. 4(14)-AdmnJI/65. — The President has been 
pleased to appoint Shri R. Subram anian, a permanent Assis- 
tant of the Central Secretariat Service's cadre of the Ministry 
of Finance to officiate as Section Officer in the Department 
of Economic Affairs of the same Ministry for the period 
from 15th December 1965 to 20th January 1966 and from 
the forenoon of 22nd January 1966 to 11th February 1966. 

2. Shri Subramanian has been granted one day's earned 
leave on 21st January 1966. 

No. F. 31(58)-AdmnJl/65. — The President has been 
pleased to appoint Shri C. P. Han da. Economic Investigator, 
to the post of Research Officer in the Ministry of Finance, 
Department of Economic Affairs with effect from the fore- 
noon of the 18th December 1965, until further orders. 

N. PARASURAMAN, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 3 1st January 1966 

No. F. 9/8/65-Cy. — On return from leave, Shri M. S. 
Pathak, resumed charge of the post of Master. India Security 
Press and Controller of Stamps, Naslk Road with effect from 
the forenoon of the 2Jth January 1966. 

2. Shri P. M. Rau, Officiating Master, India Security Press 
4 Controller of Stamps reverted as Dy. Master. India 
Security Press and Shri K. S. A. Chary, Officiating Deputy 
Master, reverted as Assistant Master, India Security Press, 
with effect from the afternoon of the 22nd January 1966. 

G. DWARAKANATHAN, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 1st February 1966 

No- F. 23(4)-JVS/66. — Shri D. C. Banerjee, officiating! 
Additional Regional Director, National Savings, Regional 
National Savings Organisation, West Bengal expired op 
the 5th January 1966. 


V. S. RAJAGOPALAN, Under Secy. 


Tax Canon (Export) Establishment 
New Delhi, the 3 lit January 1966 

No. F. 1/25765 -TC(E). — The President has been pleased 
to appoint Shri C. M. Madhavan Nair, Appraiser (lately 
working a* appraiser in the Madras Custom House) as Tech- 
nical Officer, Tax Credit (Exports) on deputation with effect 
from the afternoon of 17th January 1966. Ho has assumed 
charge as Technical Officer, in the office of the Deputy 
Director, Tax Credit (Exports). Madras with effect from the 
same date. 


(Miss) ANNA R. GEORGE, Director. 

Tax Credit (Exports) 


(Department of Economic Attain) 

New Delhi, the 25th January, 1966 

No. F. 4(14)-AdmnJJ/65. — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri Pritam Singh, a permanent Officer of the Assis- 
tants’ Grade of the Central Secretariat Service, Cadre of 
Ministry of Finance, to officiate a* Section Officer in the 
Department of Economic Affairs of the same Ministry for a 
further period of 33 days with effect from the forenoon of 
8th January 1966 to 9th February 1966. 

The 28th January 1966 

No. PFG (389)- A dmn ./// 64 The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri N. D. Joshi, a Grade IV Officer of the Indian 
Economic Service, to the post of Assistant Economic 4 Sta- 
tistical Adviser (Grade III) in the Ministry of Finance 
(Department of Economic Affairs) for a further period from 
30th November 1965 to 27th December 1965 (afternoon). 

The 29 th January 1966 

No- F. 12(15)-AdmnJI/65. — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri Mela Ram Bhardwaj, a permanent Officer of 
Grade I of the Central Secretariat Service and Under Secre- 
tary to the Government of India in the Ministiy of Finance 
(Department of Economic Affairs) as Joint Director in the 
same Department with effect from the forenoon of 22nd 
January 1966, until further orders. 

The 1st February 1966 

No. F. 4(12)-Admn,lI/65, — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri V. Natarajan, a permanent Officer of the Cen- 
tral Secretariat Service Cadre of Ministry of Finance, officiat- 
ing in Grade 1 of the Central Secretariat Service, as Under 
Secretary to the Government of India in the Ministry of 
Finance, Department of Economic Affairs for a farther 
period from 15th December 1965 to 9th January 1966. 

No. F. 4( Yi)-AdmndlN>5-l. — The President is pleased io 
appoint Shri S. N. Agrawal, a permanent Section Officer of 
the Central Secretariat Service Cadre of the Ministry of 
Finance officiating in Grade I of the Service as Under Secre- 
tary to the Government of India in the Ministry of Finance 
Department of Economic Affairs for the period from 20th 
December 1965 to 30th December 1965. 


A'ch* Delhi, the 3rd February 1966 
Leave and Appiontmtjnts 

No. F. 2(1) /66-FBlI .- — On the resignation of Shri T. T. 
Krishnamachari of the office of Finance Minister of India 
and the appointment of Shri Sachindra Chaudhuri as Finance 
Minister, Shri Sachindra Chaudhuri has been appointed as 
India’s Governor on the International Monetary Fund and 
the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development 
with effect from January 1, 1966. 

C. S. KRISHNA MOORTHI. Jt. Secy. 


(Dafartmaf *t Kxymttar*) 

New Delhi, the 29th January 1966 

No. PFG(739)-EJ(A)/66 . — On relinquishing charge of 
the post of Under Secretary in the Department of Expendi- 
ture, Ministiy of Finance, the services of Shri A. K. Menon 
an officer of the Indian Audit & Accounts Service, are re- 
placed at the disposal of the Comptroller A Auditor General 
of India, New Delhi w.e.f. the 22nd January 1966 (after- 
noon) . 

No. PFG(786)-EJ(A)/66 . — The President Is pleased to 
appoint Shri D. S. Dang, an officer of the Indian Administra- 
tive Service as Private Secretary to the Finance Minister in 
the Department of Expenditure w.ei. the forenoon of the 
25th January' 1966. 

SUMITRA G. KULKARNT Under Secy. 


(Defeat* DtrMou) 

New Delhi, the 29th January 1966 

No. 20/1/66-Estt.. — The President is pleased to appoint 
the undermentioned permanent Officers of Assistant’s Grade 
of the Central Secretariat Service, Cadre of the Ministry of 
Finance, to officiate as Section Officer in the Defence Division 
of the Ministry of Finance, for the period noted against each:— 


SI. Name of Officer 

No. 

Period for which appointed as 
Section Officer 

1 . Shri H. N, Mirchandani 

2. Shri P. C. Mehndru 

13-1-1966 to 31-1-1966 

17-1-1966 to 16-2-1966 

E. 3. VENKATR AMAN, Assistant Financial Adviser 


CENTRAL BOARD OF EXCISE * CUSTOMS 


Customs Establishment 


No 4.— On transfer from the Calcutta Custom House, 
Shri T. V. Krishnamurthy, Principal Appraiser ha* been 
RDPointed as Inspecting Officer in the Directorate of Inspec- 
tion, Customs and Central Excise with effect from the fora- 




Lahiri transferred. 






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No. 5 . — On transfer from the Bombay Custom How, 
Shri M. V. S. Praijuh Rio, Principal Appraiser has bean 
appointed as Inspecting Officer in the Directorate of Inspec- 
tion, Customs and Central Excise with effect from the fore- 
noon of 6-1-66, and until further orders vice Shri B. V. 
Pradhan transferred. 

N. SUBRAMANIAN, Under Secy. 


DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY 

Bombay-1, the 15th January 1966 

No. 1/4/66-75. — The President is pleased to appoint the 
following as Scientific Officers/Engineers — Grade SC2 in the 
Atomic Energy Establishment Trombay, Bombay of this 
Department in a temporary capacity, with effect from the 
dates shown against each, until further orders : 

Serial No., Name and Date of appointment 

1. Shri Pravin Kantishchandra Junnarkar — December 
20, 1965 (FN). 

2. Shri Gubbi Nanjappa Anantharamiah — December 31, 
1965 (FNJ. 

3. Dr. Joseph Thomas — January 6, 1966 (FN). 

No. 1/4/6 6(l)-TE. — The President is pleased to appoint 
the following as Scientific Officers/ Engineers — Grade SCI in 
the Atomic Energy Establishment Trombay, Bombay of this 
Department in a temporary capacity, with effect from the 
dates shown against each, until further orders : 

Serial No., Name and Date of appointment 

1. Shri Venkatraman Huchhrao Guttal — December 17, 
1965 (FN). 

2. Kum. Vlrbala Chimanlal Shah — December 31, 1965 
(FN). 

No. 1/4/66 (it)TE. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri Shireesh Atmaram Deshpande as Scientific Officer/ 
Engineer — Grade SD1 in the Atomic Energy Establishment 
Trombay, Bombay of the Department in a temporary capa- 
city with effect from the forenoon of January 3. 1966, until 
further orders. . 53 tt 

The 11th January 1966 

No. l/4/66(lii)TE, — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri Mahendrakumar Natvarlal Sheth as Scientific Officer/ 
Engineer — Grade SD1 in tho Atomic Energy Establishment 
Trombay, Bombay of this Department in a temporary capa- 
city. with effect from tho forenoon of January 3, 1966. until 
further orders. 

No. l/4/66(/v)TJ?. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri Udugani Bheema Rao Sreepada Rao, Executive Engi- 
neer, Public Works Department, Madras as Scientific Officer/ 
Engineer- — Grade SE in the Atomic Energy Establishment 
Trombay, Bombay of this Department in an officiating capa- 
city. with effect from the forenoon of December 27, 1965, 
until further orders. 

The 29th January 1966 

No. 1/4/66 -TE. — The President is pleased to appoint the 
following officers as Scientific Officers /Engineers — Grade SCI 
in the Atomic Energy Establishment Trombay. Bombay of 
this Department in a temporary capacity with effect from the 
dates shown against each, until further order* : 

Serial No., Name and Date of appointment 

1. Shri Krishn&n Balkrishnan — January 10, 1966 (FN). 

2, Dr. Prafulla Kumar Das — January 17, 1966 (FN). 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. 6/ 14%9 / 53-Tech JI(A) (TE) . — The President is pleased 
to appoint Shri Mahadev Gopalakrishnan, a permanent 
Public Relations Officer in the Atomic Energy Establishment 
Trombay of this Department, as Scientific Information Officer 
in the same Establishment in addition to his own duties for 
tho period from July 14, 1965 to August 26, 1965, vice Dr. 
V. A. Kamath, granted leave. 

S. SUNDARARAJAN, Under Secy, 


RAJASTHAN ATOMIC POWER PROJECT 

Bombay-!, the 15tft January 1966 

No. RAPP/4 (95 ) /65-Adm . — Project Administrator, Rajas- 
than Atomic Power Project, Bombay is pleased to appoint 
Shri O. P. Batra, Permanent Hindi Assistant and an Officiat- 
ing Assistant in the Department of Atomic Energy, New 
Delhi aa Assistant Personnel Officer, in the Rajasthan Atomic 
Power Project, in an officiating capacity, with effect from the 
forenoon of December 16th, 1965, until further orders. 

G. I. AHUJA, Administrative Officer 
for Project Administrator 


Bombay-1, the 21th January 1966 

No. RAPP/4(1S) /64-Adm,/l036 . — Shri D. Swaml, relin- 
quished charge of the office of the Assistant Personnel 
Officer, Rajasthan Atomic Power Project, Bombay, on the 
forenoon of the 25th August 1965, and proceeded on earned 
leave for 72 days. 


2. On the expiry of his leave, Shri Swami joined duty in 
the Atomic Energy Establishment Trombay, Bombay. 

O. I. AHUJA, Adminlstrativa Officer 


MINHTRY OF COMMERCE 

New Delhi, the 21th January 1966 

No. 9(10/17/59-Ei.). — Shri S. K. Guha, Deputy Direc- 
tor (Export Promotion), office of the Joint Chief Controller 
of Imports and Exports, Calcutta, has been granted refused 
leave for 120 days with effect from the forenoon of the lit 
lanuary 1966, being tho date of his compulsory retirement. 

No. 10 (10/8/65-EJ.). — The President ii pleased to 
appoint Shri H. R. Puri, an officer permanent In Grade IV 
of the Central Secretariat Service in the Ministry of Com- 
merce, to officiate as Section Officer in the same Ministry 
with effect from the 10th January 1966 to the 11th February 
1966. 

No. 11 [EJl(G)(D-3)/E.I .]. — The President ie pleased to 
appoint Shri Daulat Ram, an officer permanent in Section 
Officers' Grade of the Central Secretariat Service in the 
Ministry of Commerce to officiate aa Under Secretary In the 
same Ministry with effect from the 8th November 1965 to 
the 22nd January 1966, 

No. 12 (10/1/61-EJ.). — Shri R. L. Rastogi, an officer 
permanent in Section Officers’ Grade of the Central Secre- 
tariat Service and Controller of Imports and Export* in the 
Office of the Chief Controller of Imports and Exports, New 
Delhi, retired from Government service with effect from the 
afternoon of the 18th December 1965, on attaining die age 
of superannuation. 

No. 13 [E./.(G) (B-39)/65). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri B. N. Sharmn, an officer permanent in Grada 
iV of the Central Secretariat Service, in the Ministry of Com- 
merce, to officiate as Assistant Controlser of Imports and 
Exports in tho Office of the Chief Controller of Imports and 
Exports, New Delhi, with effect from the 1st January 1966 
to the 28th February 1966. 

No. 14 (10/117/59-EJ.). — Shri J. H. Panjansnl, a perma- 
nent Officer of Section Officers' Grade of the Central Secre- 
tariat Service and a Section Officer in the Office of the Chief 
Controller of Imports and Exports, New Delhi, has been 
granted refused leave, for 120 days, with effect from the 
forenoon of the 7th January 1966, being the date of his 
compulsory retirement. 

No, 15 (10/21/63-EJ.).— Shri S. Venkatasnbramanlan. 
Assistant Controller of Imports and Exports, office of the 
Joint Chief Controller of Imports and Exports. Bombay, 
relinquished charge of his post on the forenoon of tho 1st 
December, 1965. 

2. The President Is pleased to appoint Shri S. Veniata- 
subramanian. Assistant Controller of Imports and Exports, 
Office of the Joint Chief Controller of Imports and Exports, 
Bombay, as Controller of Imports and Exports In the same 
office with effect from the forenoon of the 1st December 
1965, until further orders. 

No. 16 (10/12/59-E,/.). — Shri H. P. Dube, Controller of 
Imports and Exports in the Office of the Joint Chief Con- 
troller of Imports and Exports and Exports, Bombay, relin- 
quished charge of his poet on the forenoon of the 1st 
December 1965. 

2. The President is pleased to appoint Shri HL P. Dube, 
Controller of Imports and Exports in the Office of the Joint 
Chief Controller of Imports and Exports, Bombay as Deputy 
Chief Controller of Imports and Exports in the same office 
with effect from the forenoon of the 1st December 1965, until 
further orders. 

The 31st January 1966 

No. 10/21/61-EJ.). — Shri A. M. A. S. Saldhana, Auk* 
tant Controller of Imports and Exports, Office of the Joint 
Chief Controller of Imports and Exports, Bombay, relin- 
quished charge of his post with effect from the forenoon of 
the 22nd November 1965. 

2. The President is pleased to appoint Shri A. M. A. S. 
Saldhana, Assistant Controller of Imports and Exports, Office 
of the Joint Chief Controller of Imports and Exports, Bom- 
bay, as Controller of Imports and Exports in the same office 
with effect from the forenoon of the 22nd November 1965, 
until further orders. 

K. K. SACHDEV, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 23th January 1966 

No. l-Exh(4)Mont/65 . — The President f* pleased to 
appoint Shri P. K. Panikkar, Director of Exhibitions In the 
Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, as the Com- 
missioner General of India for India’s participation in Univer- 
sal & International Exhibition to be held at Montreal 
(Canada) from 28th April to 27th October 1967. 

J. C. EUNG, Dy. Secy, 




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Ntw Delhi, the 28 th January 1966 

No. 37(1 )-Com.(Genl) (FMC)/66. — The President is 
pleased to re-appoint Shri A. S. Naik, I.C.S,, as Chairman of 
the Forward Markets Commission, Bombay, for a further 
period of three years with effect from the forenoon of 9th 
February 1966, 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. 21(5)-Com.(Genl)(FMC)/ 61. — On the expiry of 
94 days earned leave granted to him, Lala Jagannath 
resumed charge of the post of Member, Forward Markets 
Commission, Bombay, with effect from the forenoon of the 
30th December 1965. 

On the expiry of his term of appointment as Member, 
Forward Markets Commission, Bombay, Lala Jagannath 
relinquished charge of the post of Member, Forward Markets 
Commission, Bombay, with effect from the afternoon of the 
31st December 1965. 

M. L. GUPTA, Under Secy. 


Branch Sec r e tar iat (Tax tilts) 

Bombay, the 3 1st January 1966 

No. 5(2)/65-BS{Adm-II) . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri S. Padmanabhan, an officiating Research Officer 
in the Office of the Textile Commissioner, as a Deputy 
Director (Non-technical) in the same office with effect from 
the forenoon of the 28th October 1965, and until further 
orders. 

No. 5(2)/65-BS(Adm-II). — The President Is pleased to 
appoint Shri V. K. Iyengar, an officiating Assistant Director, 
Grade I in the Weavers Service Centre, AU India Handloom 
Board, Madras, to officiate as a Deputy Director in the same 
office with effect from the forenoon of the 29th September 
1965, and until further order*. 

No. 5(2)/65-B$(Adm-ll). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri N. V. Muchrikar, an officiating Technical Assis- 
tant (Dyeing) in the Weavers Service Centre, All India 
Handloom Board, Indore, to officiate as Assistant Director 
Grade I (Dyeing) in the same office with effect from the 
forenoon of the 11th October 1965, and until further orders, 

No. 5(2) /65-BS(A dm-ll ) . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri A. N. Ramachandran, an officiating Deputy 
Director in the Office of the Textile Commissioner to offi- 
ciate as Director in the same office with effect from the fore- 
noon of the 15th November 1965, and until further orders. 

No. 5(2 ) /65-BS( Adm-U ). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri N. Ramaswamy, an officiating Deputy Director 
in the Office of the Textile Commissioner and presently on 
deputation with the Handicrafts and Handloom Export Cor- 
poration, Madras, as Director in the Office of the Textile 
Commissioner with effect from the forenoon of the 15th 
November 1965, and until further orders. Shri Ramaswamy 
will continue to bo on deputation with the aforesaid Cor- 
poration. 

No. 5(2) /6!-BS(Adm-lI). — Shri V. R. Mehta, an officiat- 
ing Assistant Director Grade I in the Office of the Textile 
Commissioner relinquished charge of his post with effect 
from the afternoon of the 26th October 1965. 

No. 5(2)/65-BS(Adm-H).~On reversion from the post of 
Senior Scientific Officer under the Ministry of Defence, Shri 
T. Ramchandra Rao, assumed charge of the post of Deputy 
Director in officiating capacity in the Office of the Textile 
Commissioner with effect from the forenoon of the 27th 
October 1965. 

R. DORAISWAMY, Textile Commissioner and 

Ex-Officio Jt. Secy. 


MINISTRY OF IRON AND STEEL 
(Department of Iron & Steel) 

New Delhi, the 22nd January 1966 

No. AdmnJ-3(i)/6}(31). — In continuation of the Depart- 
ment of Iron and Steel notification No. Admn.I-3(8)/65, 
dated 21-12-1965, the appointment of Shri M. B. Lai, a per- 
manent officer of the Section Officer’s grade of the C.S.S. of 
the cadre of the Ministry of Steel and Heavy Industries to 
officiate as Under Secretary in the Ministry of Steel and 
Mines in the (Department of Iron and Steel) has been ex- 
tended for a period of 42 days from 6-1-1966 to 16-2-1966 
(both days inclusive). 

The 1st February 1966 

No, EST-16(5)/5S. — In continuation of the late Depart- 
ment of Iron and Steel Notification No. EST-16(5)/58, dated 
3-1-66, the appointment of Shri G. Swaminathan, an officer 
permanent in Grade I of the Central Secretariat Stenogra- 

J hers Service, of the cadre of Ministry of Steel and Heavy 
ndustries, to officiate as Section Officer in the Ministry of 
Iron and Steel, is extended for a further period of 42 days 
from 6-1-66 to 16-2-1966 (both days inclusive). 

B. S. BHATNAGAR, Under Secy, 


(Department of Mines & Metals) 

New Delhi, the 17 th January 1966 

No. 3(12)/6 5-Ests . — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri O. P. Kasbyap, a permanent Grade IV Officer of the 
Central Secretariat Service to officiate in the Section Officers’ 
Grade of the Service and as Section Officer on purely tem- 
porary basis in the Department of Mines and Metals for a 
period of 37 days with effect from 6-1-66 to 11-2-66 (both 
days inclusive). 

K. SUBRAHMANYAN, Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF MINES AND METALS 

New Delhi, the 3rd February 1966 

No. 6/8/65-MJI /. — The President is pleased to appoint Shri 
S. Raghupati as Junior Mining Geologist in the Indian 
Bureau of Mines in an officiating capacity with effect from 
the forenoon of the 11th January *1965, until further orders. 

No. 6/3(l)66-Afr///.— On the expiry of his leave prepara- 
tory to retirement, Shri A. C. Bose, permanent Chief Engi- 
neer (Project), Indian Bureau of Mines, has retired from 
service with effect from the afternoon of the 31st December 
1965. 

No. 6/3/66-A {J1I . — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri B, J. Kondkar as Deputy Mineral Economist in the 
Indian Bureau of Mines in an officiating capacity with effect 
from the forenoon of the 17th December 1965, until further 
orders. 

A. SETHUMADHAVAN, Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY ft SUPPLY 
(D*p«rtiiHat of Industry) 

New Delhi, the 22nd January 1966 

No. E.I.(O) (K-74 ) . — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri K. S. Rangamurti. an officer of the Indian Audit and 
Accounts Service and Financial Adviser to the Andhra 
Pradesh State Electricity Board, Hyderabad as Depuuty Secre- 
tary in the Department of Industry with effect from 20th 
January 1965 (forenoon). 

The 2 5th January 1966 

No. 1 1 ( 44) /64-EJ.-— The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri S. Rajam, an officer permanent in Grade IV of the 
Central Secretariat Service, to officiate as Section Officer in 
the Department of Industry from the 28th December, 1965 
to 19th February, 1966. 

No. 1 1 (4-43/64 -Ed . — The Prcsidentis pleased to appoint 
Shri J. L. Marwaha, an officer permanent in Grade IV of 
the Central Secretariat Service to officiate as Section Officer 
in the Department of Industry for a period of two months 
w.e.f. the 17th December 1965. 

No. 1 1 (44)/64-E.I. — In continuation of this Department’s 
notification of even number dated the 28th December 1965, 
the President is pleased to allow Shri B. R. Malik, an officer 
permanent in Grade IV of the Central Secretariat Service 
to continue to officiate as Section Officer in the Department 
of Industry upto 3rd February 1966. 

No. 1 H44)/64-E,/.— The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri H. K. Atri, an officer permanent in Grade IV of the 
Central Sectt. Service, to officiate as Section Officer in the 
Department of Industry, for the period/one month with effect 
from the 27th December 1965 (forenoon). 

R. KAL YANASUND ARAM, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 21th January 1966 

No. C/8-SSKC ) , — The President is pleased to appoint Shri 
Raj Pal Cbugh, as Assistant Director (Gr. I) in Small Indus- 
tries Service Institute, Kanpur, in a temporary capacity with 
effect from the forenoon of the 17th December 1965, until 
further orders. 

The 3 In January 1966 

No. V/4-SSl(C ) . — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri Vir Singh as Asstt. Director (Gr. I) in Small Industries 
Service Institute. Patna in a temporary capacity with effect 
from the forenoon of the 4th January' 1966, until further 
orders. 

L. G. MIRCHANDANL Dy. Secy. 


New Delhi, the 31 st January 1966 

No. 10/24/64-/CC(/) . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri Y. B. Deshpande, specialist in Rural Industries, 
integrated Training Centre for Extension Officers (Indus- 
tries), Rajindranagar, Hyderabad, as Senior Lecturer in the 
Integrated Training Centre for Extension Officers (Indus- 
tries). Niiokheri, in a temporary capacity with effect from 
18th December 1965 (forenoon), until further orders. 

V, C. NAIDU, Under Secy. 


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(Department of Sapply & Technical Development) 
New btfhl, the 31 tt January 1966 

No. 12/23/6 5-ESf. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Lt. Col. S. Sohai (IC 995) AO C, Senior Provision Officer, 
COD, Delhi Cantt., on his deputation, as Director of Sup- 
plies in the Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals. 
New Delhi, with effect from the 13th lanuary 1966 and until 
further orders. 

The 4th February 1966 

No. 6/6/65 -AdmnJl . — The services of Shri D. N. Dutta 
Chowdbury, Pay 4 Accounts Officer, Department of Suppjy 
& Technical Development, Ministries of Food & Agriculture, 
Worts Sc Housing and Rehabilitation, Calcutta, have been 
replaced jit the disposal of the Indian Audit & Accounts 
Department w.e.f. the afternoon of the 1st January 1966, 
for appointment as Chief Accounts Officer, Calcutta State 
Transport Corporation, Calcutta, 

R. RAJAOOP AT AN , Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY PLANNING 

New Delhi- 1, the 28 fh January 1966 

No. F. 3(F)-180/64 -CHS. — The Secretary, Ministry of 
Health hereby appoints Dr, Ranjit Kumar Bhar to category 
'E‘ of the Central Health Service and posts him as Medical 
Officer under the Coal Mines Labour Welfare Organisation, 
Dhanbad, in a temporary capacity with effect from the 29th 
August 1964 (F.N.), until further orders. 

No. F. 3(K)-314/64-CH5. — The Secretary, Ministry of 
Health, hereby appoints Dr. (Shrimati) Prat ash Sharma to 
category ‘E' of the Central Health Service and posts her as 
Assistant Surgeon, Grade I. under the Municipal Corporation 
of Delhi, in a temporary capacity with effect from 4-8-1965 
(forenoon), until further orders. 

P. V. HARIHARASANKARAN, Under Secy. 

for Secy. 


New Delhi, the 28/6 January 1966 

No. 2-56/6 4-IHF . — While proceeding on deputation, to 
Canada for training in the field of urology under the 
Colombo Plan, Dr, R. A. Darbari relinquished charge of the 
post of Surgeon in the Willingdon Hospital, New Delhi on 
the afternoon of the 27th December 1965. 

No. F. 15-11/65 -D. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri R. S. Srivastava, Assistant Depot, Manager, Medical 
Store Depot, Karaal to the post of Depot Manager in the 
Medical Store Depot, Calcutta, in an officiating capacity with 
effect from the 25th November 1965 (forenoon). 

AMAR NATH VARMA, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 29 th January 1966 

No. F. 1-5/65-Et//.(P).~ On the termination of his offi- 
ciating appointment, Shri ,S. K. Sharma, a permanent officer 
of Grade IV of the Central Secretariat Service, relinquished 
charge of the post of Section Officer in the Directorate 
General of Health Services, on the afternoon of the 24th 
November 1965. 

2. The President is pleased to appoint Shri S. K. Sharma 
as Section Officer in the Directorate General of Health Ser- 
vices for a period of 60 days with effect from the 26th 
November 1965, 

No. F. l-43/65-£j//.(P) . — On the termination of his offi- 
ciating appointment, Shri Mohan Lai, a permanent officer of 
Grade IV of the Central Secretariat Service, relinquished 
charge of the post of Section Officer in the Directorate 
General of Health Services, on the afternoon of the 6th 
December 1965, 

No. F. 1-4/66 -Estt.(p)({). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri P. C. Batta, a permanent officer of Grade IV 
of the Central Secretariat Service, to officiate as Section 
Officer, Directorate General of Health Services, for a period 
of 60 days with effect from the forenoon of the 3rd Decem- 
ber 1965. 

The 31sf January 1966 

No. F. l-2/66-Ertt.(P). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri K. C. Kapoor, a permanent officer of Grade IV 
of the Central Secretariat Service, to officiate as Section 
Officer in the Directorate General of Health Services, with 
effect from the forenoon of the 19th January 1966. until 
further orders. 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. F. 1-57 /65-Estt.(P) (i) . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri P. C. Arora, a permanent officer of Section 
Officers’ Grade of the Central Secretariat Service, to officiate 
as Linder Secretary in the Ministry of Health, for a period 
of 31 days with effect from the forenoon of the 4th Decem- 
ber 1965. 

No. F. 1-2/66 -Ertt.(P ), — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri Mohan Lai. a permanent officer of Grade TV of 
the Central Secretariat Service, to officiate as Section Officer 


in the Directorate General of Health Services, for a period 
of 42 days with effect from the forenoon of the 8th Decem- 
ber 1965. 

2. On the termination of his officiating appointment, Sbri 
Mohan I.al relinquished charge of the post of Section Officer 
in ihe Directorate General of Health Services on the after- 
noon of the 18th January 1966. 

No. F. l-2/66-Eiit.(P) . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri Harish Chandra, a permanent officer of Grade 
IV of the Central Secretariat Service, to officiate as Section 
Officer in the Directorate General of Health Services, for a 
period of 41 days with effect from the forenoon of the 10th 
January 1966. 

K. SATYANARAYANA, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 29 th January 1966 

No. F. 36-18/65-.V1/: (PG). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Dr. J. Dasguptu, Reader in Biology in the Dhanvan- 
tari Medical College, Pondicherry to the post of Professor 
of Biology, in the same college in an officiating capacity with 
effect from the 20th August 1965 (forenoon), till further 
orders. 

K. M. L. GUPTA, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 29ih January 1966 

No. F. 1-3/66- Estt. ( p ) . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri K. M. L. Gupta, as Under Secretary in the 
Ministry of Health with effect from the forenoon of the 19th 
lanuary 1966. 

KRISHNA BIHARI, Dy. Secy. 


New Delhi, the 2nd February 1966 

No. F. 14-48/64 -LS.G.L— Shri K. C. Kapoor, a perma- 
nent officer of Grade IV of the Central Secretariat Service, 
relinquished charge of the post of Administrative Officer, 
Town and Country Planning Organisation, New Delhi, in the 
afternoon of the 18th January 1966. 

A. P. MATH UR, Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF FOOD, AGRICULTURE, COMMU- 
NITY DEVELOPMENT AND COOPERATION 

(Department of Agriculture) 

New Delhi, the 1th January 1966 

No. 2-4/65-Ey//-L— The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri R. Viswanathan. a permanent Officer of the Assistants’ 
Grade of the Central Secretariat Service in the cadre of the 
Ministry of Food & Agriculture (Department of Agricul- 
ture), to officiate as Section Officer in the Directorate of 
Economics and Statistics (Ministry of Food & Agriculture) 
with effect from the forenoon of 3rd January 1966 to 5th 
February 1966. 

The 21th January 1966 

No. 5-25/65-Estr.I.Shri A. B. Phadke, a permanent 
Assistant Soil Conservation Officer, Research Training and 
Demonstration Centre, Agra, has been re-employed, on his 
retirement from service, in the post of Officer-on-Special Duty 
in the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (Department of 
Agriculture) with effect from the 11th January 1966, 

J. N. KAUL, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 28/h Janiuiry 1966 

No. 28-50/65-FD. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri K. B. L. Mathur, a Forest Officer of the Rajasthan 
Government, as Deputy Conservator of Forests, Central 
Zone, Preinvestment survey of Forest Resources, I agdalpur 
with effect from the afternoon of the 11th December 1965. 
until further orders. 

M. SUBRAMANIAN, Dy. Secy. 


New Delhi, the 29th January 1966 

No. 1-X/51-TW . — Shri B. Garudachar, relinquished charge 
of the post of Executive Engineer. Exploratory Tubewefls 
Organisation with effect from the afternoon of 31st Decem- 
ber 1965 and his services were placed at the disposal of the 
Directorate General of Technical Development, Department 
of Supply and Technical Development, Ministry of Industry 
and supply. New Delhi, from the same date. 

No. 7-34/54-riF.— The Services of Shri M. I. S. Inamdar, 
Executive Engineer in the Exploratory Tubewells Organisa- 
tion are placed at the disposal of M/s. Hindustan Organic 
Chemicals Ltd., a Government of India Undertaking, at P.O. 
Rasayani Dist, Kolaba, with effect from 18-11-1965 ( after- 
noon), 

DINA NATH, Under Secy. 


150 


THE GAZETTE OF INDIA, FEBRUARY 12, 1966 (MAGHA 23, 1887) 


[Part I— Sac. 2 


New Delhi, the 5th February 1966 

No. 2-J0/66-T,— -The President is pleased to appoint Dr, 
Umakant Wain an Kent axe si officiating Biophysicist Nutri- 
tion Division, Indian Veterinary Research Institute. Izatnagm 
with effect from the forenoon of 7th January 1966, until fur- 
ther orders, 

R. K. RAM, Under Secy. 


(I.OAJL) 

New Delhi, the 27th January 1966 

No. 21-173/65-In*f7j, — Dr. C, S. S. Rao relinquished 
charge of the post of Audio Visual Aid Specialist in the 
Division of Agricultural Extension of the Indian Agricultural 
Research Institute, New Delhi, with effect from the afternoon 
of the 17th December 196J. 

The 29th January 1966 

No. 15-1/65-InittJl. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri N. S. Sastry to the post of Statistician (Class I Junior) 
at the Central Rice Research Institute, Cuttack in the scale 
of r h . 400 — 400 — 450 — 30—600 — 35 — 670 — EB — 35 — 950, 
with effect from the forenoon of the 18th December 1965, 
in a temporary capacity, until further orders. 

The 31s/ January 1966 

No. 21-117 /64-lnsttJ . — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri R. L. Munial, Systematic Mycologist, Division of 
Mycology, and Plant Pathology, Indian Agricultural Research 
Institute, New Delhi, to the same post, in the same Division 
of the Institute, in a substantive capacity, with effect from 
the 20-11-1964, 

R. M- L. VAISH, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 2Sth January 1966 

No. 5-2/65-EsttJ . — In supersession of Notification of even 
number, dated the 26th August 1965, the Director General 
Indian Council of Agricultural Research, has been pleased 
to appoint Shri Bhoop Singh, a permanent Accountant and 
officiating as Assistant Accounts Officer In the Office of 
Controller of Defence Accounts, Eastern Command to the 
post of Account* Officer in the Council with effect from 
28-6-1965, until further orders. 

The 31/7 January 1966 

No. 12-43/65-EwJ. — Consequent on return of Shri D. L. 
Ralhan from leave, Shri M. P. Jha. officiating Officer on 
Special Duty (M.T.) in the Indian Council of Agricultural 
Research reverted to the post of Statistician on the Research 
Side of the Council with effect from the forenoon of the 7rh 
January 1966. 

N. L. GUPTA, Under Secy. 


(Department of Community Development) 

New Delhi, the 31 tt January 1966 

No. Per/49 iTI. — Shri S. Chidambaram, Instructor, Orien- 
tation Si Study Centre, Mysore, relinquished charge on the 
afternoon of 17th January 1966, 

The services of Shri S. Chidambaram were placed at the 
disposal of the Government of Madras with effect from the 

above mentioned date. 

S. K. PALIT, Under Secy. 

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION 

New Delhi, the 25th January 1966 

No. F. 15/164/59^.7. — Shri P. Somasekharao, a perma- 
nent Grade I Officer of the C.S.S. and officiating in Selection 
Grade of the Service has been appointed to officiate as Deputy 
Secretary in the Ministry of Education for a period of 45 
days from 1st December 1965. 

The 29th January 1966 

No. F. 45-12/65, E.l . — On his appointment as Secretary to 
the Education Minister, Shri Veda Prakasha has relinquished 
the charge of the post of Deputy Educational Adviser in the 
Education Commission, with effect from the forenoon of 
25th January 1966. 

No. F. 15/283/6477.7. — Leave preparatory to retirement 
for 6 months — four months on average pay combined with 
two months on half average pay with effect from the 1st 
July 1965 was refused in the public interest to Shri T. S. 
Bhatia, a permanent Grade I Officer of the C.S.S. officiating 
in the Selection Grade of the Service who was working as 
Deputy Secretary in the Ministry of Education. Shri Bhatia 
is permitted to avail himself of the refused leave on the ter- 
mination of his re-employment as Joint Secretary in the 
Education Commission. 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. F. 4/58/65. E.l . — Shri Veda Prakasha, a permanent 
Assistant Educational Adviser In the Ministry of Education 
and officiating as Deputy Educational Adviser in the Educa- 
tion Commission, has been appointed as Secretary to the 
Education Minister with effect from the forenoon of the 25th 
January 1966. 

UMA DATE, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 7rd February 1966 

Net. F. 5S-24/65.BSB5. — The President has been pleased 
to appoint Shri Perumal Mudaliar to officiate as Director of 
Public Instruction, Pondicherry from the forenoon of 20th 
December 1965, and until further orders. 

B. S. VERMA. Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 2nd February 1966 

No. 5(42) /65-ri . If Jl. — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri Kedar Nath, Assistant Biochemist, Indian 
veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, to a temporary post 
of Head of Section (Sheep Nutrition) in the Central Sheep 
and Wool Research Institute, Malpura with Headquarters at 
Matpura, Distt. Tonk, Rajasthan, with effect from f9th 
January 1966 (forenoon), until further orders. 

DALIP SINGH, Under Secy. 


(Department of Food) 

New Delhl-1, the 31/7 January 1966 

No. 22(527) /65-E7.— 1 The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri G. R. Kulkami, Dock Superintendent in the office of 
the Regional Director (Food). Western Region, Bombay aa 
Assistant Director (General) in this Department in an offi- 
ciating capacity with effect from the afternoon of the 18th 
December 1965, until further orders. 

2. Shri G. R. Kulkarni assumed charge of the poet of 
Assistant Director (General) at Bombay with effect from 
18th December 1965. 

No, 22(528) /66/EJ . — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri R. Duralsamy, Godown Supdt. in the Office of the 
Regional Director (Food), Southern Region, Madras as 
Asst t. Director (General) In this Department in an officiat- 
ing capacity with effect from the forenoon of the 24th Decem- 
ber 1965, until further orders. 

2. Shri R- Duraisamy assumed charge of the post of 
Assistant Director (Genl.) at Raipur with effect from 24th 
December 1965 (F/N). 

The 3rd February 1966 

No. 22(11) /59/EJ, — Shri K. R. K, Nair, an Assistant 
Director (General) in this Department has been granted re- 
fused leave for 50 davs with effect from the afternoon of 
19th January 1966, being the date of his compulsory retire- 
ment. 

P, KRISHNAMURTHI, Under Secy. 


New Delhi-1, the 31jf January 1966 

No. F. 1-27 /65-SJII. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Mrs. M. R, Mansukhani, Officiating Zoologist in the Zoolo- 
gical Survey of India as Superintending Zoologist in the same 
department in a temporary capacity with effect from the 
afternoon of the 5th January 1966, until further orders. 

S. K, SANYAL, Under Secv. 


New Delhi, the let February 1966 

No. 16/7/65-5. — The President is pleased to revert 2/Lt. 
K. Yeddu (IC 15715), Deputy Superintending Surveyor, Sur- 
vey of India permanently to military duty under the Minis- 
try of Defence with effect from the afternoon of 18th 
December 1965. 

M. M. JAIN, Under Secy. 


DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS 
(P. * T. 

New Delhl-1, the 28 th January, 1966 

No. 33/1/65-5T.4/PT, — The Posts and Telegraphs Board is 
pleased to appoint the following qualified and approved Engineer- 
ing Supervisors to officiate in the Telegraph Engineering A 
Wireless Service, Class n in the Circles/Organfratlons from 
the dates specified against each till further orders: — 




Present Circle/ 

Date of pro- 

SI. 

Name of officer 

Organisation 

motion as 

No. 


r where officiating 
as A.E, etc. 

A.E, etc. 

11 

2 

3 

4 


1 . Shri P. N. Raichurkar Mysore Circle 

2. „ Mohan Kumbla Do. 

3. , „ , A. Srinivasamurthy Do. 

4. ’ ., S. N, Bajpe Do, 


16th June, 1965. 
30th July, 1965. 
31st July, 1965. 
Uth June, 1965. 



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151 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5. 

Shri Dev Raj 

J. A K. Circle 

7th June, 1965. 

6. 

„ H.D Saha 

Bihar Circle 

16ih November, 
1965. 

7. 

S, S. Chaubey . 

Do. 

21st May, 1965 
A/N. 

8. 

,, M. Chatterjec . 

Do. 

26th April, 

1965. 

9. 

,, R. M. Khlre 

Do. 

17th May, 1965 

10. 

„ M. N. PankJj . 

Do. 

21st April, 1965. 

11. 

„ Jamuna Raryan 

Do. 

7th May, 1965. 

12. 

„ S.K. Prasad 

Do. 

3rd February, 
1965. 


The 29th January 1966 


No. 

127/7/ 65-STA. — Shri 

P. J. Joshi, 

Architect of the 


Central Public Work* Department, whose services were placed 
at the disposal of the P&T Board by the Chief Engineer, 
C.P.W.D., vide his office order No. 18/15/65-Admn.IV, 
dated the 19th November 1965, assumed charge of the office 
of the Senior Architect n in the P&T Civil Engineering Wing 
with effect from the 20th November 1965, vice Shri C. D. 
Sharma, Senior Architect proceeded on leave from that date. 

The 3 Dr January 1966 

No. 3-22/64-B'K.— ' The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri S. Basu, an officer in the Senior Scale of G.C.S. Class I, 
to officiate as Deputy General Manager, Post* & Telegraphs 
Workshops, with effect from the 10th January 1966, on a 
purely temporary basis, until further orders. 

No. 14/1/66-STri. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri R. D. Joshi, an officer of the Senior Scale of the Tele- 
aph Engineering Service, Class I, to officiate in the Junior 
dministrative Grade of the said Service, until further 
orders and to post him as Deputy Director, Telecommunica- 
tion Research Centre, New Delhi, with effect from the 25th 
January 1966. 

No. 18/11/65-57M. — The P&T Board is pleasead to 
appoint Shri P. K. Roychoudhury to officiate in Postmaster's 
Service Class U with effect from the afternoon of 21st 
January 1966, until further orders and to allot him to Maha- 
rashtra Circle. 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. l2J6/64-STAIiBT.‘ — The Posts ard Telegraphs Bond is 
pleased to appoint the following Engineering Supervisors to 
officiate In the Telegraph Engineering and Wireless Service, 
Class II with effect from the date specified against each until 
further orders: — 


Name of Engineering 
Supervisor 

d) 

Present Circle/ 
Organisation 
(2) 

Date of assump- 
tion as A.E. 

(3) 

1. Shri M. S. Kashyap 

T.AD. Circle 

29th April, 
1965. 

2. ,, S, Lakshmifcantan 

Joined as Assis- 
tant Engineer 
Coaxial Cable 
Project at 

Madras under 
T&D Circle. 

22nd April, 

1965. 

3. ,, B. L. Sethi 

Joined asC.O.T. 
Patiala in 

Punjab Circle. 

29th April, 

1965. 

4. „ S. Raha 

0/0 the P.&T. 
Workshops, 
Calcutta. 

1st May, 1965 

5. S.K. Ghosh 

Do. 

29th April, 

1965. 

6. ,, V, D. Sharma 

Delhi Telephone 
District. 

1st May. 1965 

7. „ R. K, Bhargawa 

Do. 

3rd May, 1965 

8. ,, R. R, Galgali 

0/0 Regional 
Director Tele- 
communications, 
Bombay. 

4th May, 1965 

9. ,, A. B. Srivastava 

Delhi Telephone 
District. 

7th May, 1965 
afternoon. 

10. „ H. R. Bashal 

Calcutta Tele- 
phone. District. 

17th April. 1965 

11. ,, S. K. Chatterjec 

Do. 

2 1st April, 
1965. 

12. ,, D, P, Srivastava 

Calcutta Tele- 
phone Dis- 

trict. 

24th Arrd, 1.V6 5 


( 1 ) ( 2 ) ( 3 ) 


13. 

Shri Bhateshwari Prasad 

Calcutta Tele- 

26th 

April, 




phone District 

1965. 


14, 


J. K. Dutta 

Do. 

26th 

April, 





1965. 


15. 


S, K. Moitra 

Do. 

30th 

April. 





1965 

noon. 

after- 

16. 


S. P. Mirra 

Do, 

5th May, 

, 1965 





afternoon. 

17. 

it 

Charanjit 

Delhi Telephone 
District 

13th May 

1965 

18 


Gajadhar Lai 

Bombay Tele- 

29th 

April, 



phone Dla- 
trict. 

1965. 



19. 


J. N. Prajad 

Do. 

30th 

April, 





1965. 


20. 


A. K. De 

Do. 

30th 

April, 




1965. 


21. 


T. P. Datta Sarnia 

Do. 

30th 

April, 





1965. 


yy 


P. K. Bhattacharya 

Do. 

30th 

April, 




1965. 


23. 

» 

K. V. Ramachan- 
dran. 

Do. 

1st May, 

1965. 

24. 

*» 

V. B. D. Rao 

Do. 

1st May, 

1965 

25. 

>» 

A. M. Abdullah 

Do. 

5th May, 

, 1965 

26. 


S. Natarajan 

0/0 the General 

28th 

April, 



Manager, P.& 
T. Workshops, 

1965. 






Calcutta. 



?7 


B. L. Sahu 

0/0 the Regio- 

14th May, 1965 




nal Director 
Tele-communi- 
cations, 






Bombay. 



28. 

?» 

D. M. Mehta 

Gujarat Circle 

3rd May, 1965 

29. 

tf 

M. H. Patel 

Do. 

10th May, 1965 

30. 

* • 

V. D. Makwana 

Do. 

1st May, 

1965 

31. 


K. B. Tembe 

Bombay Circle 

27th 

April, 


1965 

noon. 

after- 




32. 

1* 

J. C. D’sfiva 

Do. 

26th 
• 1965. 

April, 

33. 


S. M. Rao 

Do. 

27th 

April, 



1965. 


34. 


J. S. Karnik 

Do. 

26th 

April, 




1965 

noon. 

after- 


35. 


K. R. Jakti 

Do. 

26th 

April, 



1965. 


36. 


A. G. Saikh 

Do. 

28th 

April, 



1965. 


37. 


B. R. Katoch 

Calcutta Tele- 

12th May, 1965 


phone Dia- 
trict. 





38. 

if 

Tulsi Ram Didhra 

Do. 

12th May, 1965 

39. 


B. Pundarika 

0/0 General 

26th 

April, 




Manager, P. A 
T. Workshops, 

1965. 





1965. 



40. 


L. Sankara- 

Do. 

12th May, 1965 



narayanan. 




41. 

»» 

V. V, Surya Rao 

Central Circle 

24th 

1965 

April, 

after- 





noon. 


42. 


K. L. Nagpal 

0/0 the Regio- 

22nd May, 1965 


nal Director 
Tele-communi- 








cations, 

Bombay. 



43. 


T. V, Bhat 

Bombay Tele- 

14th 

June, 



phone District. 

1965. 


44. 

tf 

S. K. Banerjee 

Do. 

16th 

1965. 

June, 

45. 


I. S. Bawa 

Do. 

18th 

June, 



1965. 


46. 


B. V. Ramanathan 

Bombay Tele- 

23rd 

June, 




phone District. 

1965. 


47. 


S. G. Subbanna 

Do, 

23rd 

June, 



1965. 





152 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA, FEBRUARY 12, 1966 (MAGHA 23, 1887) [Part I— Sec. 2 


The 2nd February 1966 

No. 47 / 4/64-STA. — The President is pleased to appoint, 
on probation, and until further orders, Shri S. K. Gupta, as 
an Assistant Architect in the P&T Civil Engineering Wing in 
the General Central Service, Class II against a temporary 
post of Assistant Architect, with effect from the forenoon 
of the 31st December 1965, subject to the conditions pres- 
cribed in this Board's letter No. 47/4/64-STA, dated the 12th 
November 1965. 

No. 10-6/65-B'A:.— For the words “18th March, 1963" 
appearing in this Board’s Notification No. 3-21/61-WK, dated 
the 26th October 1964, substitute the following ; — 

“19th March, 1963” 

No. 33/2/65-S7M. — -The P. & T, Board is rleased to appoint 
the following officials of the grade of Senior Accountants to 
officiate in the grade of Accounts Officers in an officiating capacity, 
on an ad-hoe basis, without prejudice to the claims of their 
seniors, and to post them in the posts with effect from the dates 
shown against them, until further orders;— 

1, Shri D. Tf. Sinha, Senior Accounts Officer 31-12-65 

Accountant, office of the Telephone Revenue 

Chief Accounts Officer, Shillong. 

Telegraph Stores & 

Workshops, Calcutta. 

2. Shri P. J. Joseph, Senior Accounts Officer 28-12-65 

Accountant, Officer of Telephone Revenue, 

the Accounts Officer, Trivandum. 

Telephone Revenue, 

Trivandrum. 

The 3rd February 1966 

No. 8/18/65 -SPA . — The P&T Board is pleased to appoint 
the following officers to officiate in Postal Superintendents’ 
Service Class II in purely local arrangements with effect from 
the dates shown against them till 30th June 1966, or till 
they are replaced by approved officers whichever is earlier ; — 

1. Shri Ghulam ALi — 6-8-1965. 

2. Shri A. Maria Jagannathan — 16-7-1965. 

3. Shri P. L. Ghosh— 14-5-1965. 

4. Shri D. K. Kulkami— 10-5-1965. 

5. Shri G. C. Vaidya— 17-7-1965. 

HIT PRAKASH, Asstt. Director-General (SG) P&T 

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND AVIATION 
(Department of Aviation) 

New Delhi, the 4th February 1966 

No. 5-VE(22)/65 . — The President has been pleased to 
appoint Shri.M. G. Thadancy, officiating Controller of 
Aeronautical Inspection, New Delhi, in a substantive capa- 
city in the post of Deputy Direct or/Controllcr of Aeronauti- 
cal Inspection with effect from the 11th April 1965. 

No. \-VE{65)/65 - — Shri J. B. Bayas, Deputy Director of 
Aeronautical Inspection, Civil Aviation Department, New 
Delhi, relinquished charge of office on the 31st December 
1965 (forenoon) on his retirement from Government service 
under notice. He was allowed to avail himself of earned 
leave for 93 days combined with half-pay leave for 350 days, 
due and admissible to him, with effect from the 31st Decem- 
ber 1965. 

S, N. KAUL, Under Secy. 


(Department of Transport, Shipping and Tourism) 
(Transport Wing) 

New Delhi, the 4th February 1966 

No. E- If 12)/ 66.—' The Prasident is pleased to appoint the 
following permanent Assistants of the C.S.S. Cadre of the 
Ministry of Transport, to officiate in the Section Offlcer’9 
grade of that Service with effect from the 29th January 1966. 
up to the 28th February 1966 : — 

1. Shri Bhisham Chander. 

2. Shri P. P. Nambiar. 

2. Shri Bhisham Chander (Transport Wing) has been 
posted as Section Officer in the Transport Wing vie * Shri 
Dayal Das, Section Officer, granted leave, 

3. Shri P. P. Nambiar (Transport Wing) has been posted 
as Section Officer in the Transport Wing (SOU Section). 

4. Ministry of Transport (Transport Wing) Notification 
No. E-l(27)/65 dated 21st January 1966 so far it relates to 
Shri Bhisham Chander is hereby cancelled. 

RAM KISHORE, Under Secy. 


Ports 

New Delhi, the 21th January 1966 

No. 18-PE(16)/65— The Secretary to the Government of 
India In the Ministry of Transport is pleased to appoint Shn 


M. C. Deviah, a temporary Section Officer in the Mangaloro 
Harbour Project and Shri W. S. J. Thambudurai, a tempo- 
rary Technical Assistant in the Tuticorin Harbour Project, as 
temporary Assistant Engineers (Civil) in the Andaman Jetty 
Construction Circle, Port Blair, with effect from the fore- 
noon of the 8th January 1966, and until further orders. 

P. L. GUPTA, Under Secy, for Secy. 


( Merchant Shipping) 

New Delhi, the 3 Ur January 1966 

No. !-A/H(32)/65. — The Secretary', Ministry of Transport 
hereby appoints Shri S, P, Oza, Superintendent, Directorate 
General of Shipping, Bombay, as Freight Investigating Officer 
in that Directorate at Calcutta, in a temporary capacity with 
effect from the forenoon of the 13th December 1965. until 
further orders vice Shri S. K. Mathur granted leave. 

P, K. RAKSHTT, Under Secy, for Secy. 


(Roads Wing) 

New Delhi- 1, the 25th January 1966 

No. A- 2(21)/65. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri Chandi Charan Bhattaeharya as Aisistant Engineer 
Consultant in the Ministry of Transport (Roads Wing), in 
an officiating capacity with effect from the forenoon of the 
15th November 1965, until further orders. 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. ,-f-3( 18 ) /65. — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri Krishna Subramaniam as Divisional Engineer Consul- 
tant in the office of the Planning Officer, Ministry of Trans- 
port (Roads Wing) at Patna (Bihar), in an officiating capa- 
city, with effect from the forenoon of the 19th November 
1965, until further orders. 

The 3rd February 1966 

No. A- 2 ( 32 ) /65. — The President is pleased to appoint Shri 
Rahindra Nath Choudhury as Assistant Engineer Consultant 
in the Office of the Planning Officer of Ministry of Trans- 
port (Roads Wing) at Siliguri (West Bengal), in an officiat- 
ing capacity, with effect from the forenoon of the 22nd 
October 1965. until further orders. 

HARBANS SINGH, Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS 
(Railway Board) 

New Delhi, the 28 th January 1966 

No. E.66AP.2 / 1 / RBI. — Shri P. S. Venkataramart. Director 
Mechanical Engineering, Railway Board is appointed as 
Additional Member (Mechanical), Railway Board with effect 
from the forenoon of 19th January 1966. 

The 29 th January 1966 

No. E.65MP.3/18/RBJ. — Shri K. L. Kakkar, Senior 
Accounts Officer (C.A.), Railway Board is appointed to offi- 
ciate as Deputy Director, Statistics, with effect from the 
afternoon of 10th December 1965. 

No. E65PM2, 16/RB.t. — Shri M. Ganeshratrtam, Assistant 
is promoted to officiate as Section Officer with effect from 
1st December 1965. 

No. E(GR) 1-657? (71 8-4. — The President is pleased to appoint 
the following as probationers in the Indian Railway Accounts 
Service on the Railway and with effect from the date noted against 
each : — 


SI. 

No 

Name 

Railway 

Date 

1 . 

Shri Ramesh Chandra Mittal 

Northern 

5-7-65, 

2. 

Miss T. G. RuJcmani 

Southern 

16-7-65. 

3, 

Shri Santosh kumar Sliarma 

Western 

22-7-65. 

4, 

Shri P. Rajagopalan 

Central 

19-7-65. 

5. 

Shri Aurobindo Ghosh , . 

Eastern 

11-10-65. 

6. 

Shri Srinivas Murali 

Central 

5-7-65, 

7. 

Miss Vasndha Gupta .. 

Central 

5-7-65. 

8. 

Shri T. P. Marti 

Western 

8-7-65(AN 

9. 

Miss Promila Chowdhury 

Central 

5-7-65. 

10. 

Mrs. S. Sudha . . , . „ 

Southern 

27-12-63. 

11. 

Shri Rishi Dev Kapur 

Eastern 

31-8-65 

(A.N.). 

12. 

Shri Chattar Singh Saroy 

Western 

5-7-65. 

1 3. Shri Kanhaiya La] Varma 

Western 

5-7-65. 

14. 

Shri Rapjit Shadap 

Eastern 

6-7-65 

(A.N.). 


The 1 st February 1966 

No. E65PM2/3/RBI . — Shri N. C. Bannerjee, officiating 
Section Officer reverted as Asstt. with effect from the after- 
noon of 5th January 1966, 



Part I — Sac. 2 ] 


THE GAZETTE OF INDIA, FEBRUARY 12, 1966 (MAGHA 23, 1887) 


153 


No. B66AP4/RBI . — On transfer from the Weetern Rail- 
way, Sh. C. N. Kapur, a senior scale officer of the Trans- 
portation (Power), and Mechanical Engineering Deptt„ 
Western Railway, is appointed to officiate as Jt. Director 
(Inspection and Liaison) Railway Board with headquarters at 
Calcutta, with effect from 5th January 1966 afternoon. 

P. C. MATHEW, Secy., Rly, Board. 


MINISTRY OF IRRIGATION ft POWER 

New Delhi, the 28 th January 1966 

No. 2/210/65-FBP.— Shri S. V. Subramanyam, Deputy 
Director, Central Water and Power Commission and on 
deputation to the Farakka Barrage Project, Ministry of Irri- 
gation and Power, relinquished charge of the office of Exe- 
cutive Engineer, Farakka Barrage Project on the afternoon 
of 22nd October 1965. His services are replaced at the dis- 
posal of the Central Water and Power Commission from 
the same date and time. 

K. V. RAJAGOPALAN, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the lw February 1966 

No. 14/66 -F. 1 12\I6A-Adrn.l . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri O. V. Anantharamiah to the grade of Assistant 
Director in the Central Water and Power Commission (Power 
Wing), in a substantive capacity with effect from the 13th 
June 1962. 

P. L. GUPTA, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 1st February 1966 

No. 6/66-2( \9.) J 66-Adm.U — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri Q. M. H. Zinjani, a permanent Grade I officer 
of the Central Secretariat Service, working as Under Secre- 
tary in this Ministry, to officiate as Private Secretary to 
Minister for Irrigation and Power, until further orders, with- 
cffect from the forenoon of 29th January 1966. 

No. 7/66-2(18)/66-/f dm.II . — The President is pleased to 
appoint, on deputation, Shri B. N. Barua, a permanent officer 
of the Government of Assam, to the post ref Assistant Private 
Secretary to Minister for Irrigation and Power, until further 
orders, with effect from the forenoon of 29th January 1966. 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. 4/66-2(9) 766 -AdmJI . — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri S. Mahadeva Ayyar, a permanent Officer of the 
Assistants Grade of the Central Secretariat Service cadre of 
the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, to officiate as Section 
Officer in the Section Officers' Grade of the Service in the 
Ministry of Irrigation and Power until further orders with 
effect from the forenoon of 19th January 1966. 

G. S. BAKSHI. Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF INFORMATION & BROADCASTING 

New Delhi-l, the 27 th January 1966 

No. l.'G/4-Admn-II ,— The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri B. Ghosh. I.A.S., as Under Secretary to the Government 
of India, in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 
with effect from the forenoon of 16th December 1965. 

The 2Sth January 1966 

No. 1/63 / 59-Admn-lI. — On the expiry of the period of 
his executive training in Bihar, Shri N. K. Prasad, a perma- 
nent Section Officer of the Central Secretariat Service Cadre 
of this Ministry, resumed duty as Section Officer in the 
Office of the Registrar of Newspapers for India, under this 
Ministry on the forenoon of 10th November 1965. 

The 3 Ur January 1966 

No. 6/8/66-Ad»m.-//.— The President is pleased to appoint 
the following permanent Assistants to officiate in the Section 
Officer)* Grade of the Central Secretariat Service Cadre of this 
Ministry for the periods mentioned as under: — • 


Office. From To Remarks 

where 
posted 
as 

Section 

Officer 


1 Shri S. N. Dte: General, 26-12-65 25-1-66 In ccnti- 

Kbanna. All India nuation 

Radio. of this 

Ministry's 
Notifica- 
tion No. 
6-3-66- 
Admn-II, 
dated 
26-11- 
1965. 


1 2 3 

4 

5 

6 

2. Shri M, N. Main 

10-1-66 

9-3-66 

In conti- 

Andlcy. Secretariat. 



nuation 
of this 


Ministry’s 
Notifica- 
tion No. 
6-3-65- 
Admn-II, 
dated 
14-12- 
1965. 


G. S. GUPTA, Deputy Secy. 


New Delhi- 1, the 3 1st January 1966 

No. 1/20/63 -FI . — Further to this Ministry’s Notification 
No. F. 1/20/63-FL, dated the 21st January 1965, the Presi- 
dent is pleased to appoint Shri N. V. Ramanarasan to the 
post of Professor and Head of Department of Acting In the 
Film Institute of India, in a temporary capacity on trial for 
a further period upto the 31st January 1966. 

D. R. KHANNA. Under Secy. 


New Delhi-}, (he 3rd February 1966 

No. PF/W/C1S . — On the expiry of the period of two 
months’ extension of service afler superannuation, Shri P. D. 
Murli, a permanent Junior Administrative Grade (Junior 
scale) and officiating Junior Administrative Grade (Senior 
scale) officer of the Central Information Service, relinquished 
charge of the post of Deputy Principal Information Officer, 
Press Information Bureau, Bombay, on the afternoon of 31st 
December 1965. 

R. K. GOVIL, Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF WORKS, HOUSING AND URBAN 
DEVELOPMENT 

New Delhi, the 28//i January 1966 

No. 1 501 1 (3 )EU7 65.— In continuation of this Ministry’s 
Notification of even number dated the 11th November 1965, 
Shri C. D. Kapur has been allowed to continue to officiate 
as Additional Chief Engineer in the Central Public Works 
Department from 2-1-1966 to 8-2-1966 vice Shri B. K. 
Guha continuing as Chief Engineer in the Central Public 
Works Department. 

No. 1501 l(3)-ZTFT/65, — In continuation of this Ministry’s 
Notification of even number dated the 11th November 1965, 
Shri B. K.Guha, Additional Chief Engineer in the Central 
Public Works Department, has been allowed to continue to 
officiate as Chief Engineer in that Department from 2-1-1966 
to 8-2-1966 vice Shri N. G. Dewan granted extension of 
leave. 

T. K. RAMASWAMI, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 2 9th January, 1966 

No. 4/2/65 -Adm. 1(f ) . — On their reversion to the Assistants’ 
Grade of the C.S.S,, the undermentioned persons relinquished 
the charge of the posts of Section Officer with effect from the 
dates mentioned against each: — 


SI, Name 

No. 

Office where 
working as 
S.O, 

Date of 
reversion 

Office to 
which posted 
on reversion as 
Assistant 

i 2 

3 

4 

5 

S/Shri 

1 . R. L, M. Puri 

2. D. R. Badola 

3. H. D. Lahiri 

C.P.W.D. 

Dte. of Estates 
C.P.W.D. 

15-1-66(AN) 

15-1-66(AN) 

13-1-66(FN) 

D.G.S.&.D. 
D.G.S. &.D. 
C.P.W.D. 


No. 4/2165-Adin. 1(H ). — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri D. R. Badola, a permanent officer of the Assistants’ Grade 
of the C.S.S. working in the Office of the D.G.S. & D. to officiate 
in the Section Officers’ Grade of that Service with effect from the 
forenoon of the 17th January, 1966, until further orders. On 
promotion Shri D. R, Badola Is posted to the office of the D, G.S. 
&.D. 

No. 4/2/6 5-Adm.I(i ) . — On his reversion to the Assistants' 
Grade of the C.S.S. Shri D, N, Sethi relinquished the charge 
of the post of Section Officer in the Office of the D.G.S. & D. 
with effect from the afternoon of the 10th January 1966 and 
was posted to the same office as Assistant. 


SI. Name 

No. 


L452GI/65 




154 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA, FEBRUARY 1 2, 1966 (MAGELA 23, 1887) [Pari 1— Ssc. 2 


No. 4/2/65-AdmJ(ii ). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri M. L. Jain, a permanent officer of the Assis- 
tants' Grade of the C.S.S. working in the office of the 
D.G.S. & D., to officiate in the Section Officers’ Grade of 
that Service with effect from the forenoon of the 17th 
January 1966, until further orders. On promotion, Shri 
M. L, Jain is posted to the office of the D.G.S. & D. 

New Delhi, the 3rd February 1966 

No. 4/4166-Adm. The President is pleased to appomt the 
under mentioned permanent officers of the Assistant's Guide 
of the C.S.S. to officiate in the Section Officers Gisde of the 
C.S.S. with effect from the dates mentioned against each, until 
further orders: 


Name 

Office 

where 

working 

Office lo 
which 
posted on 
promotion 

Date of 
Promo- 
tion 

1. Shri D. N. Sethi 

D.G.S, &D. 

D.G.S. AD. 

21-1-66 

(FN) 

2. „ J. R_ Mazutndar 

D.G.S, &D. 

D.G.S.&D. 

21-1-66 

(FN) 

3. „ H. D. Lahiri 

C.P.W.D. 

C.C.P.&S. 

J 3-1-66 
(FN) 


S. L. VASUDEVA, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, (he 3rd February 1966 

No, 2/6/65-Acc.Il . — Shri T. N. Srivastava, a permanent 
Officer of Grade I of the C.S.S., relinquished charge of the 
post of Additional Director of Estates in the Directorate of 
Estates, New Delhi, in the afternoon of 31st July 1965. 

2. The President is pleased to appoint Shri T, N. Srivas- 
tava, a permanent Officer of Grade l of the C.S.S. to offi- 
ciate as additional Director of Estates, in the Directorate of 
Estates with effect from the 2nd August 1965, until further 
orders. 

B. M. LAL. Under Secy. 


MINISTRY OF LABOUR, EMPLOYMENT AND 
REHABILITATION 

New Delhi- 11, the 28 th January 1966 

No. 8(180) /64-Adm ./.— Consequent on his deputation to 
the Government of Zambia as Diretor of Relief Measures 
and Refugees, Shri P. V. Gopalan relinquished charge of the 
office of Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Rehabilitation 
with effoct from the afternoon of the 28th January 1966, 

The 2nd February 1966 

No. 8(396) /64-Adm.l . — Shri Janki Nath, a permanent 
Officer of the Section Officers' Grade of the Central Secre- 
tariat Service appointed to officiate in Grade 1 of the Service, 
has been posted as Under Secretary in the Ministry of 
Rehabilitation for a period of 3 months with effect from the 
afternoon of the 10th December 1965. 

PYARE LAL GUPTA, Dy. Secy. 


New Delhi-1 1, the 29 th January 1966 

No. 8(11) /64-Adm.I . — Shri S. K. Goswami, a permanent 
Officer of the Section Officers’ Grade of the Central Secre- 
tariat Service and Officiating as Under Secretary in the Minis- 
try of Rehabilitation, has beeH reverted as Section Officer 
in the same Ministry with effect from the afternoon of the 
7th January 1966. 

(Department of Rehabilitation) 

The 4th February 1966 

No. 8(267 )/6 4-Adm.I . — Shri P, R. Balaji Rao, a perma- 
nent Grade II officer of the Central Secretariat Stenogra- 
phers’ Service and officiating as First Personal Assistant to 
the Minister of Rehabilitation has been reverted as Steno- 
grapher in the Department of Rehabilitation with effect from 
the forenoon of the 1st February 1966. 

JANKI NATH, Under Secy. 


CORR1GEND VM 

New Delhi ! 1, the 2itd February 1966 

No. 25(8 9)/65-RH-U . — The words und figures "18th 
December, 1965 (afternoon)” occurring in this Ministry’s 
Notification No. 25(89)/65-RH(II), dated the 20th Decem- 
ber 1965, may be read as “1st December, 1965 (afternoon)”. 

B. N. MITRA, Under Secy. 


New Delhi- 11, the 1st February 1966 

No. 1 /h/Sb-DNK . — In supersession of this Ministry’s 
order No. 1/67/64-DNK, dated the 17/18th September 1964, 
the President is pleased to appoint Shri V. Nonjappa, I.C.S., 
Secretary to the Government of India, Ministry of Rehabili- 
tation as Chairman of the Dandakaranya Development 


Authority in addition to bis own duties, with effect from 24th 
January 1966, until further orders. 

D. KRISHNA AYYAR, Dy. Secy. 


New Delhl-1, the 22nd January 1966 

No. 2/14/ (il-LWFU / LR-lil . — The Secretary, Ministry ol 
Labour and Employment, hereby appoints, in a temporary 
capacity, Shri Kuldip Singh Kochar, as Labour Officer, Class 
IT (Gazetted) in the Central Pool of Labour Officers in the 
scale of Rs. 350 — 25 — 500 — 30 — 590 — EB — 30 — 800 — EB — 
30- — 83(L_35 — 900 with effect from the 15th December 1965 
(forenoon), and until further orders. 

K. D. HAJELA, Under Secy, for Secy. 


New Delhi , the 29 th January 1966 

No. 1(18) /65FRIII(i) .■ — Shri G, B, Chavan, Regional 
Labour Commissioner (Training), New Delhi, relinquished 
charge of his office as Regional Labour Commissioner 
(Training), New Delhi, on the afternoon of the 6th January 
1966. 

No. l(18)/65JJ?i//(i(). — The President is pleased to 
appoint Shri R. P, Bartaria, Assistant Labour Commissioner 
(Training) New Delhi to officiate on ad hoc basis as 
Regional Labour Commissioner (Training), New Delhi, with 
effect from the afternoon of the 6th January 1966 and until 
further orders vice Shri G. B. Chavan, transferred to Bom- 
bay as Regional Labour Commissioner (Central), Bombay. 

The 31 st January 1966 

No. 17(6)/65-L,R.//I.— J On return from training abroad in 
United Kingdom, Shri G. B. Chavan, resumed charge of the 
office of the Regional Labour Commissioner (Training). New 
Delhi, with effect from the forenoon of the 27th December 
1965. 

The 3rd February 1966 

No. 21(2)/ 64-LRJIK i) . — Shri A. L. Handa, Under Secre- 
tary, Ministry of Labour and Employment formerly officiat- 
ing in the Selection Grade of the C.S.S. Class I Service as 
Secretary, National Industrial Tribunal. New Delhi, is granted 
earned leave for 120 days with effect from the forenoon of 
1st February 1966. 

No. 21(2)/64 -LR.IIl(li ). — On expiry of the leave, the ser- 
vices of Shri Handa will be transferred to the Ministry of 
Labour and Employment. 

K. D. HAJELA, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 1st February 1966 

No. l/82/65-Adm.I . — The President is pleased to appoint 
Shri G. Pant, a permanent Grade IV officer of the Central 
Secretariat Service Cadre of this Ministry and posted as 
Assistant in the Office of the Director, Labour Bureau, 
Simla, to officiate as Section Officer in tho Office of the 
Director, Labour Bureau, Simla, with effect from the fore- 
noon of the 17th January 1966 to the 26th February 1966 
Dde Shri T. R. Shahani, Section Officer, granted leave. 

BALWANT SINGH. Under Secy. 


Ne tv Delhi, the 2nd February 1966 

No. 11/2/65 -MI . — Shri A. N. Mukhopadhyay, Regional 
Inspector of Mines assumed charge of the office of the 
Regional Inspector of Mines, Dhanbad on the forenoon ol 
the 9th January 1966, on his return from training in France. 

B. K. SAKSENA, Under Secy. 


New Delhi, the 4th February 1966 

No. 50/9/58 -LWFIl . — Consequent on his transfer to the 
Ministry of Labour and Employment, New Delhi, Shri A. 
Krishnaraurthi, a Grade-IV Officer of the Indian Economic 
Service and an officiating Assistant Director in the Labour 
Bureau, Simla (equivalent to Grade-IU post of Indian Econo- 
mic/Statistical Service) relinquished charge of the post of 
Assistant Director, Labour Bureau, Simla on the afternoon 
of the 15th January 1966. 

No. 43/28/64-LB , I-/L— Shri V. Vikraman, a quasi perma- 
nent Research Officer and a Grade IV officer of the Indian 
Statistical Service relinquished charge of the post of Research 
Officer in the Ministry of Labour and Employment (Main 
Secretariat) on the forenoon of tho 1 5th October 1965. 

2 This is in superses.sion of this Ministry’s notification No. 
43/28/64-LWH(i), dated 26-10-1965. 

No. 43/28/64-LB'7-J/(i) . — On his transfer in the same 
capacity to the Labour Bureau, Simla, Shri Krishna Kumar, 
officiating Research Officer in the Ministry of Labour and 
Employment, New Delhi relinquished charge of the post of 
Research Officer on the forenoon of the 22nd January 1966. 

No. 43/28/64 -LWI-IKii ). — On his transfer in the same 
capacity to the Ministry of Labour and Employment, New 
Delhi, Shri K. I.akshminarayanan, an officiating Research 
Officer in Labour Bureau Simla assumed charge of the post 
of Research Officer on the forenoon of the 22nd January 
1966. 

O, P. TALWAR, Under Socy. 


]>RiN r l r:L) IN INDIA KY THE MANAGES, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA PRESS, 
vsttmAHAD AND POBTISHFD DY THE MANAGER OF PTJBI [CATIONS. DELHI, 1966